Sebastian Vettel pays tribute to Carlos Reutemann

The four-time Formula 1 champion added a sticker reminiscent of Lole to his helmet.

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The recent disappearance of Carlos Alberto Reutemann motivates different tributes. Lole, who passed away on July 7 at the age of 79, was already remembered in the Goodwood Festival of Speed and now also in Silverstone, Where the F1 is presented to dispute the Grand Prix of Great Britain.

The tribute came from the German side Sebastian Vettel, team driver Aston Martin. The four-time champion of the maximum added to his helmet a sticker with the legend "Goodbye Carlos " on a flag of Argentina.

Sebastian VettelUndoubtedly, a new example of the recognition that the Santa Fe won after a campaign that included 146 Grands Prix, 12 victories and the 1981 runner-up.

This tribute was added to the one he had a few days ago at Goodwood when the Scotsman Marino Franchitti rolled with him Brabham BT44B-Ford that the Argentine used to win in the 1975 German Grand Prix. This exhibition was already scheduled previously, although that did not take away from the emotion.

Also, at the end of the event all the race cars that were in the FoS did a minute of noise with their engines in his honor.

Vettel's gesture will not be the only one that reminds an Argentine this weekend. It is also planned that the Monegasque Charles Leclerc complete a lap of the English circuit on la Ferrari 375 with which the reef José Froilán González he scored the Scuderia's first win at the same track 70 years ago.

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