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F1: WEEK OF TRUTH FOR SEBASTIAN VETTEL AND FOR THE 2021 SEASON

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F1 WEEK OF TRUTH FOR SEBASTIAN VETTEL AND FOR THE 2021 SEASON

July 31 will be a Friday this year, coinciding with the start of testing for the F1 British Grand Prix at Silverstone. This could be a decisive date for the 2021 season of Sebastian Vettel (33).

Week of truth for Sebastian Vettel and for the F1 2021 season. Is he retiring? Maybe he’ll go on for a few more years? Maybe in another race class? These are several questions about the future of Sebastian Vettel that have been circulating lately. Unfortunately, none of these questions has been answered yet. But according to the German Auto Bild this will soon change.

Auto Bild reports that Racing Point has set a decision deadline of 31 July for Sebastian Vettel. This has everything to do with the fact that the special clause in Sergio Pérez’s contract expires on 31 July.

Originally, Sergio Pérez’ contract does not expire until the end of the season in 2022. However, before 31 July 2020, Racing Point has the possibility to buy off the contract of Pérez for a large sum of money through a special clause. In order to free up a seat for another driver. “A ruling before July the 31th should be of great importance to Sebastian Vettel,” says author Bianca Garloff.

Aston Martin would be a realistic option for Sebastian Vettel if the team could continue to copy the Mercedes, even if Renault does not intend to drop its complaint against Racing Point.

See you on July 31 on F1Lead to finally find out more about the future of Sebastian Vettel.

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