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ex-Formula 1 driver Mika Häkkinen believes Sebastian Vettel has a long career in the premier class, whether at Ferrari or another team As in the formula 1 Will go on for Sebastian Vettel after this season is still uncertain. His contract with Ferrari expires at the end of 2020. Negotiations for an extension are expected to continue, and no official agreement has yet been reached. When asked about the situation, ex-Formula 1 driver Mika Häkkinen said in an interview with ' T-Online.de ': "Sebast
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McLaren boss Zak Brown is happy with Daniel Ricciardo that driver for 2021 and beyond to have committed, which he actually wanted to get for 2019: "We wanted Daniel a few years ago, but just missed him then. We have been a fan of his for a long time."
McLaren has not caught the wrong foot that Carlos Sainz might switch to Ferrari. Theoretically, the British team could have extended the contract for 2021 and forced the Spaniard to stay. For this reason, Brown was informed very early on about the discussions between Sainz and Ferrari.
report: F1 hammer! Vettel leaves Ferrari
© Getty Vettel leaves Ferrari at the end of 2020 bang on the Formula 1 transfer market: Sebastian Vettel will leave the Ferrari team at the end of 2020 after six years. "Motorsport-Total.com" learned this from a reliable source. According to current planning, the farewell should be officially announced very shortly this week, possibly even on Tuesday. Vettel's current three-year contract with Ferrari was signed in August 2017 and will expire at the end of 2020.
"We had to give him permission to speak to Ferrari. We gave it to him," says the American in an interview with the vodcast by the British pay TV broadcaster 'Sky' and emphasizes: "It was all very transparent."
"We saw it coming a bit. We already spoke to Carlos about his future in winter, whether he wanted to drive at McLaren or Ferrari. I can understand his reasons. We have always been in contact with Daniel since he became Red Bull We already knew that in the end one of the two would sit in our race car. "
McLaren stays with it: never seriously negotiated with Vettel
"We have a very good, open relationship with Carlos, his management and his father. All of this was not a surprise for us - which can also be seen from how quickly we announced Daniel and how quickly Carlos announced what he was going to do, which shows that the whole process was well coordinated between us. "
Official: Vettel to leave Ferrari F1 team at end of 2020
Ferrari confirms four-time world champion will leave at the end of this season; Sainz and Ricciardo tipped to replace himThe 32-year-old's departure was confirmed today in a statement made by Ferrari, after talks to extend his contract broke down. It is not clear which team Vettel will move to, if he will take a break from the sport or retire. He is contracted to race in 2020 for the team, however.
It remains unclear where rumors suddenly came from on May 13 that McLaren had signed Sebastian Vettel. By that time, Ricciardo had already signed his McLaren contract. McLaren is still assumed that they actually wanted Vettel - but after Seidl, Brown now emphasizes that they never negotiated seriously with the German.
¿pbtag | PodcastSGPeterHardenacke | pb¿ "Seb is a great driver, a four-time world champion. We were very far in winter and knew that either Daniel or Carlos would drive for us. Outside of the two of us, we never spoke seriously to anyone. Especially when the news about Seb became known, we [with Ricciardo] were already very far away, "he clarifies.
Ferrari "doesn't look like a happy family," grins Brown. "Seb looks around to see if there is an opportunity for him at Mercedes or Red Bull. Not at McLaren, or definitely not at Ferrari. The next best option would be Renault. But Seb wants to join a team that is unlikely to win in 2021 "Then he will probably resign. Unfortunately."
survey: Quo vadis, Sebastian Vettel?
© Andy Hone / Motorsport Images Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari Your opinion is asked: What will Sebastian Vettel do in the future after leaving Ferrari? And who will succeed the Germans? Quo vadis, Sebastian Vettel? Ferrari officially announced the separation from the four-time world champion at the end of the 2020 season on May 12.
What's behind Sainz's farewell video?
Incidentally, some fans were surprised that Sainz posted an emotional farewell video for his McLaren team on the day he announced his move to Ferrari. Many suspect a conspiracy theory behind it, because the video was pre-produced and everything must have been in a dry cloth for a long time.
The video was a private initiative of the Spanish pilot and was not planned by McLaren: "He made a great video. We didn't know anything about it - he did it all by himself," emphasizes Brown.
The fact is: Of course, weeks before the actual announcement, it was almost clear that Sainz wanted to switch to Ferrari. The draft Ferrari contract was also ready for signature. McLaren did not grant approval until you had a successor's signature.
Negotiations with Ricciardo were well advanced at the time. But it usually takes weeks before concrete contracts are drawn up and signed - after all, this process requires several loops from lawyers. Only when Ricciardo really signed, did everything go really quickly.
Sainz had already finished his video - because he knew that it was very unlikely that his switch to Ferrari would still burst ...
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