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Sebastian Vettel compared to '70s porn star' and John McEnroe with new look at Italian GP
Sebastian Vettel turned up at his final Italian Grand Prix as an F1 driver sporting an intriguing new look.The four-time world champion, who will retire at the end of the season, has grown his hair long in recent times, possibly a hint that he may now be feeling freer after announcing his exit from the sport.But as he faced the media ahead of this weekend’s race at Monza, Vettel showed off more facial hair than usual, plus a white headband, to the delight of many F1 fans, who were quick to take to social media to give their verdict.READ MORE: Queen told off Lewis Hamilton after he broke royal protocol on visit to the Palace Some suggested he looked like a 1970s porn star while others felt he bore more of a resemblance to 1980s tennis icon John McEnroe.“Is Seb gonna join a German metal band when he leaves F1? ‘He got the look’, as they say,” tweeted one while another added: “Vettel going for the 70s porn star look.”A third said: “Looking more like John McEnroe every week” and a fourth commented: “Vettel going for the 70s porn star look.”There was debate over what decade Vettel’s look belonged in, with one fan tweeting: “Seb is becoming a man of the 80s,” while another posted: “He looks like he’s going to play his final match at US Open.” Does Sebastian Vettel look more like a 70s porn star or an 80s tennis player? Tell us in the comments section below. Speaking ahead of the weekend, the former Ferrari driver, whose first-ever F1 victory came at Monza in 2008, said: “I’m looking forward to the weekend, it’s usually a great atmosphere.
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Jeremy Clarkson causes stir as he reacts to Sebastian Vettel's F1 retirement announcement
Jeremy Clarkson, 62, took to Twitter and shared a message about Sebastian Vettel's retirement news.The four-time world champion revealed the decision to leave the sport had been a “difficult one” but admitted he wanted to spend more time with his children.The 35-year-old shared his concerns over the climate emergency and F1’s role as a contributor to the problem played a part in his decision-making process and that he was “scared” at what the future might hold for him.Vettel is currently driving for Aston Martin and made his F1 debut in 2007.In recent years, the racecar driver has been increasingly vocal about environmental and social issues.He has of late expressed his ambivalence at competing in F1, a sport that has an enormous carbon footprint because of the air travel involved.Taking to Twitter today, the former Top Gear presenter wished the German driver well adding he will be a "brighter star" outside of F1.In view of his 7.8 million followers, Jeremy penned: "Seb was a bright star in F1 but I think he’ll be even brighter when he’s out of it."The Clarkson's Farm star's comments caused a stir on social media as people flocked to address Jeremy's tweet.Twitter user, @dangermouseirl tweeted: "He can put his underpants on outside again and save the planet from global warming, hurrah!" To which Jeremy replied: "No no no. He’s a very funny man and he has an opinion on things.
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Sebastian Vettel offered Formula One exit after expressing doubts on his future
Sebastian Vettel has been offered an exit route out of the motorsport with a seat in Formula E after expressing doubts on his long-term future.The ex-Ferrari and Red Bull driver is currently tied to Aston Martin but his deal expires at the end of the season and is widely expected to vacate his position, having been outspoken on environmental issues.The 43-year-old has endured an underwhelming stint with Aston Martin, with the team continuing to struggle to find their feet in 2022 following the latest round of F1 regulation changes and increasing speculation that Vettel could move away from the sport. The German recently made an appearance on BBC's Question Time, where he spoke about a wealth of issues including the climate crisis, Russia's invasion of Ukraine and Prime Minister Boris Johnson.Given Vettel's views, a move to Formula E would align with his values and DS Techeetah Formula E boss Thomas Chevaucher has offered a seat to the experienced driver, saying as per givemesport: "Sebastian is very interested in environmental protection and has climate change in mind, just like we do in Formula E."We do not know to what extent he is interested in continuing his career in Formula E, but we would like to give him the opportunity to try out a CO2-neutral racing car." In its eighth season, Formula E has placed huge emphasis on environmentally-friendly cars.
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Fernando Alonso could 'replace Sebastian Vettel' at Aston Martin after Miami GP absence
Formula One season, rumours of changes on the grid are continuing to mount with the future of veterans Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel facing plenty of scrutiny.Spaniard Alonso is being tipped to leave Alpine to replace Vettel at Aston Martin, with Oscar Piastri the most likely to take the vacant spot at Alpine while Vettel could hang-up his driving gloves following an illustrious career that has seen him star with Ferrari and Red Bull.Alonso, in his second year back in F1, has encountered some bad luck this season with retirements in Saudi Arabia and Imola, while a hydraulic problem cost him a podium finish in Melbourne, while Vettel has struggled in the Aston Martin car - leading to growing speculation he could look to retire.Despite his impressive drives and standing within motorsport, Alonso's spot at Alpine isn't secure due to the rise of Formula 2 champion Piastri, who is a test driver for the French team and is unable to drive in F2 this season following his win - with manager Mark Webber not keen for him to remain on the sideline for another year.Alpine understandably do not want to lose Piastri and could allow Alonso to leave to free-up a seat, which could trigger a domino effect with Aston Martin snatching his services while Vettel could bring down the curtain on his career.
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