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Sports Bernie Ecclestone: Have advised Vettel to tell the truth

09:37  08 july  2020
09:37  08 july  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Bernie Ecclestone says he advised Sebastian Vettel to go public about the way he was axed by Ferrari. Marko told Servus TV: "The fact that Sebastian waited so long to tell the truth shows what a great team player he is." It all means that persistent rumours about Vettel perhaps finding refuge at

Bernie Ecclestone says Sebastian Vettel had to “free himself” by telling the truth about why he is “I advised him that the truth about the separation from Ferrari must come out on the table. “That Sebastian has waited so long to tell the truth only shows what a great team player he actually is.

Bernie Ecclestone hat Sebastian Vettel den Tipp gegeben auszupacken © LAT Bernie Ecclestone gave Sebastian Vettel the tip to unpack

The past few days have been something of a cleansing storm for Sebastian Vettel. At the press conference on Thursday, the German could talk about the frustration from his soul and explain how the separation from Ferrari really went off. On Monday, he chatted extensively on Red Bulls house broadcaster 'Servus TV' .

Former Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone believes that Vettel will do it good if everyone knows what it really was like: "I've talked to Sebastian a lot lately. I advised him that the truth about separating from Ferrari on the table. It was important for him, "said Brit to 'F1-Insider.com'.

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Ecclestone , Marko, told Vettel to reveal truth . Bernie Ecclestone says he advised Sebastian Vettel to go public about the way he was axed by Ferrari. Sebastian Vettel made sure that Ferrari had to bring out the news of his departure earlier. The German had leaked the information to the media on

With Vettel leaving Ferrari at the end of this year's championship, rumours claimed he could be off to Mercedes to make up a dream partnership with Lewis Hamilton. Vettel advised by Ecclestone , Marko to tell the truth about his Ferrari axing.

Ecclestone is considered a close confidante of Vettel . They like to play one or the other round of backgammon with each other, so the 89-year-old knows what is going on in the Ferrari driver: "Sebastian is an extremely talented driver with strong will but very sensitive when he has to live with injustices he is now freeing himself, "he says.

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto had repeatedly claimed in the past months that Vettel was the "first choice" for 2021 and that there would definitely be talks - but there never were. In the published separation notice, Ferrari had spoken of a joint decision. Instead, Vettel was surprised on the phone with his expulsion.

"I had to tell the truth," emphasizes the Ferrari driver. Red Bull Motorsport consultant Helmut Marko has every understanding of the world for the outbreak of his ex-protégé and says that he would have burst his collar much earlier. "The fact that Sebastian has waited so long to tell the truth only shows what a great team player he is," said the Austrian.

Ferrari will race with Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz in the 2021 Formula One season. What the future of Sebastian Vettel looks like is currently open.


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© imago Sebastian Vettel resigned from in Spielberg in Q2? Or retire after all? Four-time Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel has not yet made a decision about his future after stepping out of Ferrari. "Honestly, I still don't know for myself," said the 33-year-old as a guest of the show "Sport and Talk from Hangar 7" on Servus TV: "Of course it is important to find an environment that fits somewhere.

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