Marco advises Vettel to change the teamJuly 19, 2019
Sebastian Vettel, who made another mistake and crashed into Max Verstappen’s car at Silverstone, seriously disappointed both Ferrari fans and his team.
But it is in the Scuderia, he is the sixth year can not win the championship, and together with the Red Bull Racing at one time Vettel won four titles in a row, and there he is well remembered.
“Sebastian is a very intelligent, sincere and kind person,” says Jonathan Wheatley, the manager of the Red Bull Racing team, about him. – This is felt by the fact with what love he relates to his wife and children. Or for the wonderful speech he gave in honor of Charlie Whiting, who passed away from the life of the FIA racing director.
But Sebastian is not such a tough guy like Michael Schumacher or Fernando Alonso, who always managed to achieve the highest possible results. He is a racer who needs to feel unconditional support. He needs to feel that the team warmly relate to him, and he had it in Red Bull. Probably, in Ferrari, he does not feel this “.
In addition, the problems of Vettel this year there is a technical background: in the process of upgrading the car in the Ferrari are more oriented to the preferences of Charles Lecler. Starting with the French Grand Prix, the team has achieved an increase in downforce in the front of the SF90, making it easier to warm up the tires, but it also has a side effect: the back of the car has become somewhat less stable.
LeClaire does it better than a more experienced partner. No wonder in Silverstone Vettel complained that he was not satisfied with the behavior of the back of the car, and that he did not feel the necessary confidence.
Helmut Marko, Red Bull’s autosports advisor, knows Sebastian very well, which allows him to draw quite serious conclusions: “Sebastian needs to change the situation, that is, change team But, in my opinion, in 2020 it is impossible. A racer makes mistakes when he is not sure of himself. It happens on a subconscious level. ”
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