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Racing Point boss Otmar Szafnauer has refused to fan the flames of speculation linking his team with a shock move for Sebastian Vettel.
Mercedes saying it “cannot ignore” Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari exit was “not lip service” but a genuine response to the German’s news, says Toto Wolff.
Christian Horner has given an insight into what it was like working with Sebastian Vettel during their glory days at Red Bull together.
Sebastian Vettel’s former boss Christian Horner is one of many that would like to see him team up with Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes next season.
Two-time World Champion Mika Hakkinen believes the “enormous criticism” forced Sebastian Vettel to end his stint with Ferrari.
Former Williams performance chief and race engineer Rob Smedley thinks 2019 was Sebastian Vettel’s best season in F1.
Sebastian Vettel is “still hungry and competitive enough” to continue in Formula 1, that’s according to his former team-mate Daniel Ricciardo.
Felipe Massa believes Sebastian Vettel is simply another great driver who didn’t have a Ferrari good enough to win the title.
Ex-F1 driver Pastor Maldonado envisages more problems with Ferrari as they play out the final year with Sebastian Vettel together.
Lawrence Stroll’s £200m investment in Aston Martin could open the door for Sebastian Vettel to move to what is, at least today, Racing Point.
Knowing 2020 is Sebastian Vettel’s last year with Ferrari, Piero Ferrari says Mattia Binotto will need to “objectively” manage that situation.
Haas boss, Guenther Steiner, has said he cannot afford to sign Sebastian Vettel and thinks it will take someone with “a lot deeper pockets” to do so.
Sebastian Vettel will not be heading to Mercedes to partner Lewis Hamilton with Nick Heidfeld saying it just “not realistic”.
Sebastian Vettel kicked off the silly season earlier this month and remains one of the central figures with the German now on his way to Mercedes.
Whatever Sebastian Vettel decides to do, Christian Horner has wished him the “very best” while gently reminding him there is a Mercedes seat available.
Grand Prix Drivers’ Association president Alex Wurz thinks Sebastian Vettel is another example of a driver burning out at Ferrari.
Discussing Sebastian Vettel’s future, David Coulthard believes Aston Martin could be an interesting, ‘left-field’ option for the German.
Dr Helmut Marko thinks that, having spoken to Sebastian Vettel, his options for 2021 are to join a winning team or retire from the sport.
FIA president Jean Todt thinks the main difference between Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel at Ferrari was down to the strength of unity.
Mercedes should sign Sebastian Vettel as Lewis Hamilton’s 2021 team-mate as it would make for a “super team” according to Bernie Ecclestone.
Toto Wolff wasn’t surprised to learn of Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari exit as he reckons “cracks” were showing.
Daimler, parent company of Mercedes, are reportedly “pushing hard” to bring Sebastian Vettel to the team in 2021.
Romain Grosjean was surprised that Sebastian Vettel announced he would leave Ferrari at the end of 2020, he was “convinced” he would stay.
Former F1 driver Hans-Joachim Stuck feels it would be an “absolute disaster” if Sebastian Vettel quit Formula 1.
Toto Wolff cannot fathom why Ferrari would confirm Sebastian Vettel’s exit when they still have a full season left working together.
Bernie Ecclestone says it was inevitable Sebastian Vettel would leave Ferrari as he never had the “same magic” with the team as Michael Schumacher.
Franz Tost believes Sebastian Vettel is more likely to retire than join a midfield team just to stay in Formula 1.
Current FIA president Jean Todt dropped a hint that Sebastian Vettel could be a good fit for his role one day.
Jenson Button says it is “madness” if reports that Ferrari pushed Sebastian Vettel out the door turn out to be true.
Despite his dwindling options, Christian Horner says it is entirely Sebastian Vettel’s “choice” to continue in Formula 1 or retire.