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Vettel explains the meaning of five

Sebastian Vettel insists that he had always set his sights on making the #5 his permanent identity in F1, even before his hero was injured in a skiing accident.With the FIA releasing the definitive list of numbers chosen by drivers in the first season of personalisation after Michael Schumacher suffered severe head injuries in a fall while on holiday in France, there have been suggestions that Vettel made his choice as some sort of tribute to the man who's records remain in his sights. The younger German, however, insists that that is not the case. “Of course, several other drivers have also brought #5 the world title, including Michael and Nigel Mansell, but I have chosen it because I...
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