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Ex-F1 driver criticises ‘not amazing' Sebastian Vettel

Ex-Formula 1 driver Scott Speed believes four-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel received 'golden child' treatment from Red Bull back in 2007, after the German replaced the American mid-season. Speed raced for Red Bull's sister side Toro Rosso (known now as AlphaTauri) for roughly a season and a half, with him having formed the team's first ever line-up in 2006. He went on to race for Toro Rosso for the first half of the 2007 as well, before he was replaced by Vettel from the Hungarian Grand Prix onwards. Speed never appeared in F1 again, meaning his stint at the pinnacle of motorsport ended without having ever scored a World Championship point. Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the...
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