Minardi thinks Sebastian Vettel should retire

Formula 1: Former F1 team boss Giancarlo Minardi thinks Sebastian Vettel should retire: Former F1 boss Giancarlo Minardi has advised four-time Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel to retire from the game. Minardi says this because he feels Vettel ‘I won’t win the race anymore’. Follow Formula 1 live updates on InsideSport.IN

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Minardi, who is the current president of Emola Circuit and former F1 team boss “It is unfortunate that he (Vettel) missed two GPs with Kovid. In the third he went out. But he should retire. He has a lot of money. He has won many titles and he will never win another race. “

Formula 1: Former F1 boss Giancarlo Minardi asks Sebastian Vettel to retire, claiming ‘he won’t win anything more’

Sebastian Vettel had a catastrophic Australian GP
Sebastian Vettel had a catastrophic Australian GP

Sebastian Vettel missed the first two races of the season in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. He returned to the Australian Grand Prix, but the four-time world champion suffered two crashes, two fines were handed over and for that he had to retire his car.

Vettel crashed into the wall at Cole No. 24 of the race which then pulled out the safety car while he parked his car on the side of the track. Also, he had previously locked up 13 laps and fled the road, even apologizing on Team Radio.

Formula 1: Former F1 boss Giancarlo Minardi asks Sebastian Vettel to retire, claiming ‘he won’t win anything more’

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The problem, however, is not with Vettel in particular, but with Aston Martin, who has not built a competitive car for this season. They are the only team that can still register a point, and if the situation does not improve, it is certain that Vettel will not be on the podium this season.

Formula 1: Former team boss Giancarlo Minardi thinks Sebastian Vettel should retire, claiming 'he won't win any more'
Formula 1: Aston Martin has not yet made a point in the constructor standings.

Formula 1: Former F1 boss Giancarlo Minardi asks Sebastian Vettel to retire, claiming ‘he won’t win anything more’

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