Sebastian Vettel Reveals the Effects of a Shortened F1 Season on the Championship

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April 21, 2020 9:46 pm

Formula 1 is presently attempting to assemble a schedule that consents to the rules for the coronavirus. However, as per Sebastian Vettel, it doesn’t make a difference what number of races are driven for a title. He is all in for an abbreviated season.

A record-breaking 22-race schedule was good to go to come our way in 2020 preceding the worldwide wellbeing emergency.

The Formula 1 season of 2020 would really check 22 races, however, due to the coronavirus, the Monaco and Australia Grands Prix is dropped, making a season record inconceivable. Though as of late there has been an ever-increasing number of races in a schedule. For 2020, FIA may now observe another shorter season.

The four-times world champion is out of agreement toward the finish of 2020 however is quick to remain.

Ferrari has said Sebastian Vettel remains their first decision to accomplice youthful Monegasque Charles Leclerc. Yet reports in Italy have recommended they need an answer before the finish of April to guarantee potential substitutions are as yet accessible.

Short season won’t devalue F1 season, says Sebastian Vettel

The probability of F1 having the option to get past the run of 15-18 races that Chase Carey had sought after gives off an impression of being impossible. Yet regardless of whether the title is decreased to only 10 races, Vettel demands that the possible title victor would be similarly as commendable.

Speaking from his home in Switzerland via video conference, Vettel said: “I don’t know how it would feel because we never had that sort of circumstance.”

“Before we had less races in the past and more races today. But I don’t think it makes a big difference.

“Obviously a season is a season, whether it’s 10, 15 or 20, 25 races. So you still have to be the one that is most consistent.

“With less races, every race is more important, but the championship would still be the championship.

“So it’s still a long way, and you know, each single race weekend is a long way. And races mean there will still be a lot of things to get right.”

Vettel says, in any case, that it was too soon to begin considering what may occur.

“I think at this stage, nobody really knows what to expect from this year, from this season,” he explained.

“Maybe this season is going into part of next year as well. I don’t know. So, lots of ideas, lots of options, but I think we have to have to be patient and wait.”

 

Abhay Aggarwal

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