“It’s a deal if you wish!” Bobby Rahal reveals his willingness to give Sebastian Vettel an IndyCar at Road America

Bobby Rahal would love Sebastian Vettel to test out an Indy Car at Road America

Sebastian Vettel
Sebastian Vettel at the Imola Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel, like few other drivers, is not a fan of the Miami street circuit. The new circuit gave a lot of problems the drivers who were testing out the track for the first time. We saw a lot of crashes during the practice session and the driver complained regarding how tricky it was going into the Mickey Mouse part which included the section from Turn 11 to Turn 16. FIA has also decided to look into the matter.

The German could have had a decent result anyway but was ruined after he was involved in a crash with beloved, Mick Schumacher. Sebastian Vettel looked all set to secure a consecutive top 10 finish while Mick Schumacher was fighting for his first ever points finish in F1. But it ended not the way they both would have liked it to have. It looked like it was Mick’s fault but Sebastian also had to pay the price.

But that’s what happens when you drive on a street circuit. The room for error is very little and Mick Schumacher learned it the hard way as it costed him his first points finish. Sebastian Vettel after the race revealed that he prefers a proper circuit such as Road America over a street circuit like we had in Miami. The German didn’t look completely pleased with the circuit on offer.

Bobby Rahal would love Sebastian Vettel to test out an Indy Car at Road America

Sebastian Vettel
Sebastian Vettel

Bobby Rahal, the owner of Rahal Letterman Lanigan, after knowing the German’s intentions, said, ““Seb, it’s a deal if you wish!” Sebastian Vettel responded by saying, “I need to have a look. But it’s a great track, so let’s see.”

Bobby Rahal further added, “We don’t have any opportunities right now, but why not?” he said. “You couldn’t showcase IndyCar at a better venue than Road America, and you couldn’t showcase Road America better than in an IndyCar. So I’d love to see what Vettel thinks,” as reported by motorsport.

Sebastian Vettel has dominated the world of Formula 1 for the longest times and is one of the greats of the sport. But, it would be interesting to see how he fares out in a different sport if he decides to make the switch.

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