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Vettel and Schumacher excited to become teammates

Article To news overview © Race of Champions Sebastian Vettel and Mick Schumacher are looking forward to becoming teammates at the 2022 Race of Champions. The F1 drivers and friends will team up to represent Germany at the event in February, which for the first time will be held in Sweden on the frozen Baltic Sea at Pite Havsbad. Vettel previously competed at ROC with Mick's father Michael Schumacher, with the duo having won the ROC Nations Cup together on six occasions. The Aston Martin driver then teamed up with the younger Schumacher at the 2019 competition in Mexico, where they finished as runners-up in the Nations Cup to Sweden's Johan Kristoffersson and Tom Kristensen. A 'huge...
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