"Sebastian Vettel is a finished man"

The harsh phrase belongs to former Danish driver Jason Watt, who harshly criticized the multiple Formula 1 champion.

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The present of Sebastian Vettel in the F1 causes all kinds of reactions. And, unfortunately, in most cases they are against the four-time champion, for whom things are not going quite well. Not even his arrival at Aston Martin has reversed the sad image he left in his last year in Ferrari.

The one who has Vettel between eyebrows is the Danish Jason watt, former pilot who came to compete in the Formula 3000 International before a motorcycle accident left him in a wheelchair.

Sebastian Vettel “Sebastian Vettel is a finished man. He hasn't done anything good in a long time. Also, he makes a lot of mistakes and seems like a guy under pressure. I'm not convinced that I can go on like this in my mind for much longer ”, explained Watt, in statements granted to the medium Extra Blade of his country.

“I hope he stays this year as he is probably holding on to the hope that things will start to go his way overnight. People talk about him being an expensive driver for the team, although you also have to take into account that he will have attracted a lot of sponsorship money with him, so it is obvious that he pays his own salary ", analyzed the Danish.

Vettel, F.1 champion in 2010, 2011, 2012 y 2013 with Red Bull, came to fight the titles of 2017 and 2018 with Ferrari, although then his performance relapsed. In 2019, when he got the last of his 53 wins (at the Singapore GP), he finished fifth in the championship. Last year he finished 13th with a single podium (3rd in the Turkish GP); while in his new stage at Aston Martin he still did not manage to score points (15th in the Bahrain and Emilia Romagna GPs).

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