Sebastian Vettel Hails a Positive Change in F1

Published 09/17/2020, 6:45 PM EDT
Formula One F1 – Italian Grand Prix – Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza, Italy – September 3, 2020 Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel walks around the track ahead of the Italian grand prix REUTERS/Jennifer Lorenzini


Sebastian Vettel has been around this crazy world called F1 for many years. From his experience, he claims that communication and understanding are key to the sport.

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Vettel claims that communication between drivers is much better than what it used to be 4 years ago. Furthermore, he claims that unity in the grid has also improved.

The German says that he has witnessed the mode of communication change for the better over the course of his storied career in Formula 1. Amidst the rapidly evolving mechanisms and engineering in F1, the grid has managed to maintain tight relations.

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“I think when I started there were a bit more conversations and messages; Now I think there are more messages and other forms of messages that I don’t know that much about; But it has certainly changed compared to the past,” Vettel explained to Motorsport.

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Sebastian Vettel claims an improvement in communication in F1

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The 4-time World Champion claims that unity in the grid is something that he has never seen before. Vettel compliments this behaviour by terming it to be the ‘greatest unity’ as far as concerns about tyres, regulations, the future of the sport and more are concerned.

Formula One F1 – Italian Grand Prix – Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza, Italy – September 3, 2020 Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel walks around the track with teammates ahead of the Italian grand prix REUTERS/Jennifer Lorenzini

“Because you are more with your team and live your life, there is a natural division. But I think you can still say that we have been more united in the last three or four years than before,” Vettel explains.

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Vettel claims this to be positive that will prove to be useful in the future.  As amendments to keep the spirit of the sport alive surface, such understandings are necessary among the drivers.

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Indrasish Ganguly

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Indrasish Ganguly is an F1 author at Essentially Sports. An avid fan of the F1 championship, the Kolkata based writer admires Lewis Hamilton the most on the F1 grid. His interest in racing stems from his love for cars and speed.

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