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Vettel reveals he has considered retiring from Formula 1

Aston Martin F1 driver Sebastian Vettel has revealed that the thought of retiring from Formula 1 has “crossed my mind”, but the German is eager to continue racing for now. The four-time world champion won his last title in 2013, and has since endured title heartbreak with Ferrari before leaving the Scuderia at the end of the 2020 season. Vettel won 14 races with Ferrari and fought Sir Lewis Hamilton for title glory in 2017 and 2018, but his dream title in red never materialised. Speaking after the end of the 2021 season, which was his maiden campaign with Aston Martin, Vettel confirmed that leaving the sport was an option. “Of course, sometimes you ask yourself the question of...
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