Mika Hakkinen is sure of quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel’s Formula 1 career to continue even after 2020 successfully. Reports issue state that Ferrari has offered the German racer a new two year deal but with some restraints on the pay cut. He believes that the future of Sebastian racing career depends only on his motivation. The two times title champion Hakkinen stated that Sebastian, at this stage of his career can continue for a longer duration, still. He will also be a good effect on the team, for their spirit. So, this makes up for plenty of space for him in the team. There are pieces of news that Ferrari will be taking him in for sure if, Vettel, 32, leaves for Mclaren.
Though, former F1 driver, Ralf Schumacher stated that his long term career must go without Ferrari. There are very few alternatives for him. He may have to choose between career, money, and long term results. It seems it is going to be difficult for him.
Another former F1 driver, Paul di Resta, agreed to the point saying he cannot imagine that Vettel can have a great say in the decision. According to him, Vettel has to take what is offered to him. And of course, that could mean he leaves.
2. No Dutch GP without Vaccine says Verstappen
Jon Verstappen is sure that Holland is not going to host the race at Zandvoort in 2020. His surety is because of the crisis on the Covid-19 Pandemic. The other tracks from Australia and Monza and such people are expecting a race among crisis, the back to back ghost race, but the chances are very dim. Dutchman Verstappen, whose son is Red Bull driver Max Verstappen, said it was one of the most popular F1 races that people wait for. People were waiting for it. It seems impossible to him now.
It will be an absurd talk of 100000 people again in between stands without a vaccine. It is going to be Dangerous for sure. The F1 racing has to make a tough postponing this year he guessed.