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Coulthard suggests Aston Martin as ‘left-field Vettel option'

David Coulthard has suggested that an alliance between Sebastian Vettel and Aston Martin could be a “left-field option” for both parties in 2021. Coulthard raced for Williams, McLaren and Red Bull during a 14-year Formula 1 career in which he claimed 13 victories and the runner-up spot in the 2001 championship. Vettel will leave Ferrari at the end of the 2020 season but has yet to announce his plans, insisting he will take time to evaluate his future. ADVERTISEMENT “It doesn’t matter what you’ve achieved in the past, the respect is there for Sebastian, he’s been a great asset to F1, [he has an] unbelievable turn of speed and is still somebody who is capable of winning races and...
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