Sebastian Vettel

Sebastian Vettel to start from last after receiving grid penalty

Sebastian Vettel to start from last after receiving grid penalty

Vettel was taking part in his first qualifying session for new team Aston Martin when Haas driver Nikita Mazepin spun at Turn 1 during Q1, bringing out double waved yellow flags.

Vettel pips Raikkonen to top Chinese GP third practice

Vettel pips Raikkonen to top Chinese GP third practice

Johannesburg [South Africa], Apr.

Sebastian Vettel escapes punishment for Mexican GP outburst

Sebastian Vettel escapes punishment for Mexican GP outburst

London [UK], Nov. 2 : Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel has avoided disciplinary action for his expletive-laden outburst at the Mexican Grand Prix on Sunday.

Vettel swore repeatedly at FIA race director Charlie Whiting and Red Bull driver Max Verstappen over the team radio as the four-time champion dramatically lost his cool when he clashed with the Dutch driver in the closing stages of the race.

With Vettel pressuring him, 19-year-old Verstappen braked late and went off on a turn - before rejoining the track in front of Vettel.

Vettel calls for Halo introduction, says `nothing justifies death`

Vettel calls for Halo introduction, says `nothing justifies death`

Melbourne, July 29 :Launching a scathing attack over his fellow drivers for not presenting a united front on the introduction of Halo device, Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel has favoured the launch of head protection device for the
2017 Formula One season saying nothing could 'justify death'.

Vettel, who tested the device in practice at Silverstone this month, said although most of the driver don't like the way it looks, he believes nothing is more important than life, news.com.au reported.

Team Ferrari drivers begin Sochi Grand Prix with new engines

Team Ferrari drivers begin Sochi Grand Prix with new engines

Sochi (Russia), April 30 : Team Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen will start the Formula One Russia Grand Prix with new engines, according to a F1 technical delegate report.

"The internal combustion engine used by the above drivers is one of the five new internal combustion engines allowed for the 2016 Championship season," the report said on Friday, reports Tass.

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