Mark Webber, between 2009 and 2013 at Red Bull together with Sebastian Vettel at the Start, does not believe that his former team-mate will continue his formula 1 career, 2021 continued: "I don't know where to go," said Webber in an Interview with the Podcast 'At The Controls' of the formula 1-expert Mark Gallagher.
"I don't see Seb in a midfield Team. He has struggled for long stretches of his career to the podium, apart from the first year at Toro Rosso. And even then, he has won a race. Renault I can't even imagine. Maybe he is from 2021 and consider then a Comeback", says Webber.Webber: Vettel makes a weary impression.
The 43-Year-old has ended his formula 1 career in 2013 and to stretch the Porsche in the endurance world championship in 2015, the Second is changed (in the 24 hours of Le Mans), watching Vettel now only from the distance. And from this perspective, his Ex-team-mate makes a weary impression on him, although Vettel is only 32.
The marriage with Ferrari, with the Ferrari-typical pressure and the Ups & Downs, which is only available in Maranello, have leached Vettel "", presumed to Webber: "You can see that he looks older than he is. I don't think that he feels in the morning when you get Up this particular pleasure, to drive the red car. And that is for an athlete to be a Problem."Webber: "Seb is a withdrawal super young"
"Sebastian his Best, the Team to win a world Cup. This is not happening. I think that his self-esteem has suffered greatly under the Italian culture. This is a great thing," says Webber. All the more so, as a Ferrari for the medium - to long-term future, apparently on the card, Charles Leclerc sets. imago/Hoch zwei, Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber drove between 2009-2013 page-to-page
"Seb super young for a withdrawal. But he has started very young. It would not surprise me if he stops. I hope not but that," says Webber over Vettel. "Maybe he's taking a year off." And he emphasizes the fact that The years in Maranello have not been for Vettel's "batteries certainly helpful".
That a formula 1 driver burns after 13 years, the same fire as on the first day, from Webber's perspective, understandable: "When I heard as a young driver, an older racer said, he loses Motivation, I could understand the never. How can you just lose the Motivation?"Webber: 15 years later, overtaken by reality ...
He had always thought: "That will never happen to me!" But: "Then you spulst 15 years of forward - and, of course, I've lost my Motivation. Maybe only two, three percent. But the effect stops. After 15 years you want to go and perhaps even a bit earlier to go home. You don't want to but that your engineers do that."
One who has operated his own personal "battery management" in all the years of successful and viewed from the outside, less tired acts, the six-time world champion Lewis Hamilton. 35, the Briton is even older than Vettel, but he takes for the switch to Mercedes in 2013, consistently with his freedoms.
"Hamilton could overcome this Trend," says Webber. "He has invested, his batteries do not suck. With the private jet, with his Management, or he says Toto [Wolff], that he wants Thursdays at the track and until Friday comes. Whatever. The number of days that he has completed, is exceptional."
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