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Sebastian Vettel's retirement branded a ‘good decision' while Fernando Alonso's bizarre move questioned

2008 Formula 1 runner-up Felipe Massa recently discussed the current hot topics in the sport, during an interview with Sky Sports‘ Any Driven Monday. The Brazilian driver spoke about the current situation between the Aston Martin F1 Team and the Alpine F1 Team, after the surprising revelations which took place both before and after the Hungarian Grand Prix. Prior to the Hungarian GP, Sebastian Vettel shocked everyone by announcing his retirement from the sport, with the German driver set to walk away from F1 at the end of 2022, to spend time with his family. The four-time World Championship winner will go down as one of the greatest drivers ever in Formula 1, after claiming all his...
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