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Helmut Marko claims Sebastian Vettel could replace him at Red Bull

With the conclusion of the 2022 Formula 1 season now over a week in the past, Sebastian Vettel has more than likely started to sit back and soak up his retirement, following a long and illustrious F1 career. After claiming four consecutive World Championships and 53 Grand Prix victories, there is little the 35-year-old didn't achieve in his incredible career. Since making his debut at the 2007 United States Grand Prix, the German has gone on to become one of the most loved drivers in the paddock and someone that it appeared all the drivers could call a ‘friend'. With that in mind, many have already spoken about how they're hoping the former Aston Martin driver will call a quick end...
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