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'Vettel may return to Formula 1 in special role'

It was a pretty sight for many: four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel once again showed his face in the paddock in Monaco. The former German driver, who retired from F1-racing last year, has a nice offer in his pocket from Stefano Domenicali, reports Motorsport.it. Article continues under ad Thus, Vettel would be offered a role as 'sustainability manager'. Formula 1 's mission is to operate Co2-neutral by 2030 in order to do less damage to the environment, but also to keep up with social changes in relation to sustainability. The former world champion would then be allowed to play a major role in making the Formula 1 more sustainable. Read more Vettel finds new challenge six months...
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