News Mark Webber: "Don't know where Sebastian Vettel should go"

13:45  06 june  2020
13:45  06 june  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Sebastian Vettel should be suspended by Red Bull for the next grand prix in China after defying team orders to rob his team-mate Mark Webber of victory in Malaysia on Sunday. Webber was leading with 10 laps to go when Vettel , ignoring instructions from the team principal, Christian Horner, for both

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Mark Webber, who started at Red Bull with Sebastian Vettel between 2009 and 2013, does not believe that his former teammate will continue his Formula 1 career in 2021: "I don't know where to go," says Webber in one Interview with the podcast 'At The Controls' by Formula 1 expert Mark Gallagher.

"I don't see Seb in a midfield team. He fought for podiums for long stretches of his career, apart from the first year at Toro Rosso. And even then he won a race. I can't imagine Renault. Perhaps he bet he leaves in 2021 and then thinks about a comeback, "speculates Webber.

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Sebastian Vettel trails Mark Webber at the Malaysian Grand Prix, the Vettel blatantly disregarded an order from the team principal Christian Horner to hold station The F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone, meanwhile, believes Vettel has now made a rod for his own back should there come a time when he

Sebastian Vettel apologises for ignoring team orders to overtake Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber and win the Malaysian Grand Prix. "It's very hard for people to understand the situation. They think they know what went on but they don ' t . "Unfortunately, there is no rewind button but it will put some

The 43-year-old, who ended his Formula 1 career in 2013 and switched to Porsche in the World Endurance Championship (2015 second at the Le Mans 24 Hours), only observes Vettel from afar. And from this perspective, his ex-teammate makes an exhausted impression on him - even though Vettel is only 32.

Vettel "drained" the marriage to Ferrari, with the Ferrari-typical print and the ups and downs that only exist in Maranello, Webber suspects: "You can see that he looks older than he is. I think that he no longer feels this special pleasure in driving the red car when he gets up in the morning. And that is a problem for an athlete. "

Webber: "Seb is super young to retire."

"Sebastian did his best to build the team to win a World Cup. It didn't happen. I think his self-confidence suffered a lot from Italian culture. It's a big deal, "said Webber. All the more as Ferrari apparently fully relies on the Charles Leclerc card for the medium to long term future.

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Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel ignored team orders in the Malaysian GP to win an intense battle with Mark Webber . Webber led after the final pit stops Vettel has since apologised for the incident. Lewis Hamilton took third ahead of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg, who obeyed an order to stay behind.

Seb Vettel passes Mark Webber yesterday despite team orders not to do so ( EPA ). Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel has apologised in Vettel had also apologised to Webber in a news conference after Sunday's race, saying he had made a mistake. The German has won the last three

"Seb is super young to retire. But he started very young. It wouldn't surprise me if he stopped. I hope not," says Webber about Vettel. "Maybe he'll take a year off." And he underlines: The years in Maranello were certainly not helpful for Vettel's "batteries".

From Webber's point of view, the fact that the same fire no longer burns in a Formula 1 driver after 13 years as on the first day is understandable: "When I heard as a young racing driver that an older racing driver said he lost motivation, I could never understand that. How can you lose motivation? "

Webber: 15 years later caught up with reality ...

He always thought: "That will never happen to me!" But: "Then you spool forward 15 years - and of course I also lost my motivation. Maybe only two or three percent. But that has an impact. After 15 years you may want to go home a little earlier. You want but not that your engineers do it. "

One who has successfully operated his personal "battery management" over the years and who looks less tired from the outside is the six-time world champion Lewis Hamilton. At 35, the Brit is even older than Vettel - but he has consistently taken his liberties since moving to Mercedes in 2013.

"Hamilton could overcome this trend," believes Webber. "He has invested not to vacuum his batteries. With the private jet, with his management, or by telling Toto [Wolff] that he doesn't want to go to the track on Thursdays and doesn't come until Friday. Whatever. The number of days that he completed is exceptional. "

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