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Sebastian Vettel to Red Bull: "He's a definite no and he knows it ..."

Christian Horner, head of the Austrian team, lowered his thumb when the German returned.

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The future of German Sebastian Vettel in the F1 it gets more and more complicated. No place in Mercedes y Renault, Red Bull It seemed like the right place for the four-time champion who will end his relationship with Ferrari. However, Christian horner, head of the Austrian team, flatly denied it.

"Obviously the issue has been raised"Horner told Sky Sports F1. “We had a brilliant time with Seb, he will always be a part of our story, but we didn't expect him to be on the market this year. Our commitment is with our current pilots ", He said.

“We think we have a great pairing with Max (Verstappen) and Alex (Albon) and with great potential for the future, so unfortunately it is not something we can accommodate. It's a definite no, I'm afraid, and Sebastian is aware of that. "explained the team-manager.

Horner assumes that Vettel "You have a couple of options available". Among them would be "Racing Point or a year out" to try to return in 2022 ...

Rumors pointed to Vettel's return to Red Bull to take Albon's place. However, already in this very week Helmut Marko, a Red Bull adviser, had ruled it out.

“There is no room for Vettel with us. We have Albon and we are satisfied with him. Alex is half Thai and the Thais own 51% of Red Bull ”, explained the former driver to the magazine Auto, Motor und Sport.

In the absence of options for Vettel, Marko suggested that he should take a break. “If I were Sebastian, I would take a year off and look at it from the outside. Maybe something will open a year from now, maybe I have a better idea. But maybe you like life with your family so much that you leave forever ", he analyzed.

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