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Vettel: Red Bull return was not an option

Article To news overview © Aston Martin Sebastian Vettel doesn't feel regretful about not returning to Red Bull after leaving Ferrari, and insists that it was never a viable option anyway. The German became a free agent following Ferrari's decision early in 2020 to replace him with Carlos Sainz from 2021 onwards, and he eventually decided to join the former Racing Point team as they became Aston Martin. This left Sergio Perez without a seat, but the Mexican was later given an opportunity at Red Bull. Vettel remains happy about the way things worked out. "No I don’t regret [not returning to Red Bull] and I don’t think it was an option," the four-times World Champion told...
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