Jens Munser Designs revealed the rainbow helmet for Sebastian Vettel for the weekend in Turkey. Vettel always champions the concept of moving together as one, and the helmet is an edifice of the same. Well, it will be a feast for the eyes to see the German speed past in this.
Sebastian Vettel has not enjoyed the most interesting of seasons. He is in a downward spiral, struggling to gain inspiration for his racing. Well, Otmar Szafnauer and many others have explained F1 to be a mental sport. Well, Vettel needs to win the battles in his mind first.
Not gaining much satisfaction from the track, Sebastian Vettel relies on his past experience at Istanbul Park. Besides that, his helmet would definitely cheer him up. The message is so noble and unique that it will melt hearts.
“No Borders, Just Horizon – Only Freedom.The message that is very dear to Sebastian Vettel’s heart in these difficult times and which has inspired this design can be found on the top of the helmet: Together As One,” read the tweet from Jens Munser.
Sebastian Vettel looks ahead to his weekend in Turkey. Although he sulks way down at P14 in the championship, he has not given up on his season. The Rhinelander will fight till the end because that is what he does.
Besides the helmet, Vettel is also excited to be here at Istanbul Park. His last visit to Turkey gave him some splendid memories. He had highlighted that earlier this week. Well, back here again, he will try to race the way he did a decade earlier.
Vettel had made the headlines the last time he was at Istanbul Park. He had kick-started his career here with BMW Sauber in 2006 and had timed the fastest lap in the Free Practice session.
Sebastian Vettel is under severe pressure at Ferrari, the story of their relationship unfolds like a bad romantic drama. It gets bitter every day, and now it has come down to formalities. Well, it will be better for both parties to soldier through the remaining Grands Prix and then part ways.
Otmar Szafnauer is certain that Vettel will work wonders at Racing Point. We feel Vettel would want anything besides Ferrari now. It is just not a match made to last. Maybe both would do well without each other.