It looks like Sebastian Vettel will be moving away from Formula One.

Sebastian Vettel It looks like it is moving away from Formula One.

After the Miami Grand Prix, the four-time world champion shaved his shaggy beard to appear on the BBC’s flagship Times Question Time show, where he admitted to being an environmental hypocrite.

“These are the questions I ask myself every day,” said the German. “I’m not a saint. When I get out of the car, I certainly think, ‘Is this something we should do?’

In addition to other questions about his future in Formula One and Aston Martin’s recognition that the 34-year-old still needs to be persuaded to sign up for 2023, Mark Surer thinks all indications are Vettel’s resignation.

“It doesn’t really seem like the team can become a champion. Then why does he need all this?” The former F1 driver told

“I see him fulfilling the contract and saying goodbye. Aston Martin was his last chance and there he doesn’t work either.”

Surer, however, thinks Vettel will remain loyal to both Formula One and Aston Martin up to the checkered flag.

“The fact that he came back from the coronavirus to continue the race speaks for itself,” he said. “He’s trying to help the team, push it forward, and there are signs of progress. Vettel does his job.

“He could just give up and no one would be mad at him for that except maybe the team.”

The 70-year-old Swiss also disagrees with those who believe Vettel is no longer fast enough for Formula One.

“Under normal circumstances, Seb wins (Lance) Strol,” Surer said. “Perez is constantly experiencing problems with this, which already shows Vettel’s level.

“The question is motivation. Can the fight for tenth place motivate a four-time world champion? It’s hard to say.”

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