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‘He Effectively Pays His Own Salary’: Aston Martin Unlikely To Fire Vettel This Year

Four-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel is a “finished man” but it is unlikely that the Aston Martin F1 Team will fire him, former F3000 driver Jason Watt has said. Vettel has struggled in the opening two rounds of the 2021 Championship with Aston Martin, and Watt said it is clear that he is still under pressure despite him leaving Ferrari at the end of 2020.  Follow us on Google News to never miss an F1 story! However, Watt believes Aston Martin won’t sack the German even if his form doesn’t improve, as “he effectively pays his own salary.” “Vettel is a finished man. It’s a very long time since he did anything good. He also makes many mistakes and looks like a man...
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