Sebastian Vettel: Seb makes this decision very consciously – ‘depends on what you want to achieve’
Sebastian Vettel It is one of the biggest topics of conversation in the Formula 1 circus this year. Not only because of his performance on the track at Aston Martin, but also because of his off-track actions.
Worried about his protest in Hungary Sebastian Vettel Lasts for a great stir. But there’s one thing the four-time world champion doesn’t do on purpose.
Sebastian Vettel prefers to let the actions speak for themselves
A rainbow shirt at the Hungarian Grand Prix picking up trash after the race at Silverstone, in an interview in which Vettel revealed he would vote for the Greens in September – the Aston Martin driver is down with some political statements this year.
The 33-year-old uses the stage that Formula 1 has to offer him. Heppenheimer is often encouraged in social networks. Unlike many colleagues like Lewis Hamilton, he is not represented on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.
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A conscious decision, as Vettel has now reported in an interview with Italy’s Gazzetta dello Sport. “Of course, these channels are great when it comes to reaching a lot of people,” he quotesspeed weekFrom the interview.
However: “It depends on what you want to achieve. Whether you want to show off the socks you’re wearing or whether you want to achieve something more,” he explains. For him, it’s more about sending clear signals rather than just talking about them.
Vettel thinks his message will get through
He is convinced that he does not need this platform. “If I had an important message, it would get through,” Vettel says.
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He also showed in Budapest that he is not shy about potential sanctions. In an interview with Sky, he had already expected a penalty from the FIA, in the end it was a warning.
The summer holidays for Vettel and Aston Martin ends next weekend. Then the 12th race of the season will be the Belgian Grand Prix. (NS)
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