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Aston Martin hoping to retain Vettel amid 'trustworthy discussions'

Aston Martin team boss Mike Krack has expressed his hope that Sebastian Vettel will remain with the team in the coming seasons as "trustworthy discussions" kick off between the two parties. After a six-year tenure with Ferrari, Vettel committed in 2020 to a two-year deal with Aston Martin that expires at the end of this season. The four-time world champion has yet to give a clear indication about his F1 future, but the fact that he has engaged in talks with his team imply that the German driver is at least open to remaining on the grid in 2023. "We were always clear that if he wants to continue, we would like him to stay for long, yes," Krack said recently, quoted by...
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