“We would like him to stay,” Mike Krack intends to retain Sebastian Vettel at Aston Martin for the long haul

Mike Krack hopes that Sebastian Vettel with extend his contract with Aston Martin

Mike Krack (Left) & Sebastian Vettel (Right)
Mike Krack (Left) & Sebastian Vettel (Right)
FirstSportz News

Sebastian Vettel left Red Bull in 2014 to join Ferrari to take the Italian Giants back to the top and win the championship with a different constructor. The move to Ferrari was something that the German always wanted because of the close links with Ferrari legend, Michael Schumacher. The German maestro is the most successful driver in the rich history of Scuderia Ferrari, with 7 world titles.

With an intention to replicate the heroics of his hero, Sebastian Vettel took center stage for the most successful team in the history of F1. But, unfortunately, it didn’t work out for him as he failed to win even a single championship. It’s proven really difficult for even greats like Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel to roll back the years for Ferrari. Therefore, after 5 years, it was amicably decided that he would leave Ferrari for a rebranded Aston Martin.

It’s been 2 years that he made this move but he hasn’t still been able to find his touch. The team was able to finish 7th in the championship which was a step back in terms of their previous years’ performances. There have been performances like Baku, which sparked him back into form but nothing substantial. Of course, the car does lack pace but there have been a lot of unforced errors too.

Also Read: Sebastian Vettel responds to the criticism from Canadian minister: “Disappointing that it became personal”

Mike Krack hopes that Sebastian Vettel with extend his contract with Aston Martin

Sebastian Vettel
Sebastian Vettel

Despite all of the problems, Mike Krack has made his intentions clear to retain the 4 time world champion. He said, “We were always clear that if he wants to continue, we would like him to stay for long, yes.”

“We are talking. We have a very, very good relationship, and it is not that we have to set each other deadlines. Obviously at one point, if we drag that too long, we will also be running into trouble, and he’s aware of that.”

“But they are very trustworthy discussions that we are having. From that point of view, it’s all good,” as reported by motorsport.

Sebastian Vettel is 34 now and has one of the most successful careers in the history of F1. But, he would definitely want to end his illustrious career on a high and give the Aston Martin fans something to cheer about.

Also read: “I’ll have a word with him,” Max Verstappen questions his LOW awareness rating in F1 22 video game        

Also read: ‘He’s super-quick, but….,” Jacques Villeneuve is uncertain if Charles Leclerc is on the same level as Max Verstappen