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Vettel: F1 will disappear unless it can be relevant

Sebastian Vettel has warned that Formula 1 could disappear if the sport does not become more relevant in terms of day-to-day automotive technology and becoming genuinely green. The four-time F1 world champion, speaking in an extensive interview with The Race, argued that despite the incredible science behind the current Power Units, the technology is unlikely to be practical or useful beyond the sport at the highest level. Vettel explained: 'The current regs are very exciting, the engine is super-efficient but it’s useless, it’s not going to be an engine formula that’s going to be on the road and which is going to be in your car when you decide to buy a new car. 'Therefore, what is...
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