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Sebastian Vettel to Make Sensational F1 Comeback at Nürburgring with Red Bull

Sebastian Vettel announced his retirement from F1 in 2022

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Aditya Saikrishna
Aditya Saikrishna
I am 21 years old and an avid Motorsports enthusiast.

GERMANY: In an exciting turn of events, Red Bull has officially announced that Sebastian Vettel, the four-time F1 World Champion, will return to the cockpit of an F1 car later this year at the iconic Nürburgring circuit.

Vettel, who left the team at the end of the 2014 season to join Ferrari, will partner with his former teammate Daniel Ricciardo for this special event.

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The Nürburgring event, set to take place at the historic Nordschleife circuit, will mark Vettel’s third appearance on a track this year.

He previously competed in January’s Race of Champions and is scheduled to participate in the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed, where he will drive legendary championship-winning cars.

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Red Bull has revealed that Sebastian Vettel will be behind the wheel of the RB7, the car he drove during his second championship-winning season in 2011.

This return to the Red Bull car holds sentimental value for Vettel, who clinched all four of his World Championships with the team, becoming their most successful driver in history.

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Motorsport enthusiasts eagerly anticipate the Nürburgring event, as it will witness the return of F1 cars to the circuit after a hiatus of over ten years.

This special occasion brings together young talents and legendary drivers, creating a unique atmosphere for fans and participants.

The confirmation of Sebastian Vettel’s comeback follows a teaser on Red Bull’s German Instagram page, featuring a picture of Vettel’s iconic helmet.

The energy drink company had hinted at “big news,” which turned out to be Vettel’s return to the F1 scene. Vettel’s retirement last year left many questioning his plans, with the German emphasising his desire to spend time with his family.

However, recent developments suggest Sebastian Vettel’s racing ambitions may extend beyond F1. Speculation has arisen regarding a possible future in Le Mans endurance racing as Vettel’s longtime press officer, Britta Roeske, was spotted in a journalistic role at the race.

Roeske has been Sebastian Vettel’s trusted aide since his Red Bull days, accompanying him to Ferrari and, most recently, Aston Martin.

Fans and motorsport enthusiasts eagerly await Vettel’s return to the track, where he is sure to captivate with his skill and experience.

The Nürburgring event promises to be a memorable spectacle, showcasing the talents of an F1 legend and rekindling the excitement of seeing F1 cars thunder around the historic circuit.

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