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Webber Claims Vettel Is ‘Tired’ After 6 Years At Ferrari

Mark Webber, a former team-mate of Sebastian Vettel at Red Bull, has said he believes the four-time World Champion is still “tired” from the six years he spent at Ferrari. Vettel joined Aston Martin for the 2021 F1 season, and many in the paddock had tipped him to benefit from the change of environment, especially after his very difficult final season with Ferrari. READ: F1 To Discuss Plans To Replace Canadian GP With Race In Turkey Like most other drivers who joined new teams this year, Vettel is yet to get to grips with his new car and has been outperformed by his team-mate. Commenting on Vettel’s performance in his first two races with Aston Martin, Webber said he believes the...
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