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Poll: Who will replace Sebastian Vettel at Ferrari?

  • Published on 12 May 2020 11:27
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

On Tuesday, Ferrari announced that Sebastian Vettel would leave the team at the end of the 2020 Formula 1 season.

Entering his sixth year with the Scuderia outfit, Vettel racked up 14 race wins, and finished in the top three in the drivers' standings three times.

While the German's future is in the unknown, Ferrari is seeking to find a replacement for Vettel. Currently, the frontrunners appear to be Daniel Ricciardo of Renault and Carlos Sainz of McLaren.

Who do you think will get the seat alongside Charles Leclerc? Scroll down and vote below!

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Who will replace Sebastian Vettel at Ferrari?

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  • JuJuHound

    Posts: 352

    Carlos Sainz, Ferrari offered him seat already some time ago

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    • May 12 2020 - 12:30
    • JuJuHound

      Posts: 352

      forgot to add. Seb will go to McLaren

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      • May 12 2020 - 12:31
    • Hm... maybe, but I find that very unlikely. I'd say a RB-return is more likely than that.

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      • May 12 2020 - 21:02
    • JuJuHound

      Posts: 352

      I dont think so RBR will be keen to pay same money to Max and Seb. McLaren has got two young drivers with low payroll, they are able to pay more to Seb.

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      • May 13 2020 - 07:50
  • Dert38

    Posts: 354

    Perez (other)

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    • May 12 2020 - 12:33
  • 67% other wow, who are people thinking about? Giovinazzi? Kvyat? I do like the suggestion of Perez. He would be a great choice too and a bargain.

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    • May 12 2020 - 19:34
    • Yes, I'd say many people think it'll be Perez, if RP/Aston will let their cashcow go, but you forget about Bottas and Max. I'd say neither are prime candidates, but they cannot be eliminated from consideration.

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      • May 12 2020 - 21:01
    • Alonzo

      Posts: 66

      Would love to see what Perez can do in a competitive Car

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      • May 12 2020 - 21:35
  • f1ski

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    Lewis will want to go to Ferrari . He will want to go there and do what Seb could not do and win a Championship there. Leclerc is good but I don't think he is at Hamiltons level. Lewis will want to do what Schumacher did and win at Ferrari. If Mercedes were to offer Vettel a set his fear is that he won't be able to win in the MB. To me if Ferrari want to save money Hulkenberg consistent good with alternative strategies he can set up a car and drive one that isn't perfect.

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    • May 13 2020 - 02:57
    • Dert38

      Posts: 354

      lewis said not long ago he is not so good so he won't leave "schumacher's" place

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      • May 13 2020 - 09:03
    • JuJuHound

      Posts: 352

      No podiums for Hulk for so many years will not allow any top team to risk and give him a chance
      Carlos is a perfect choice, his season at McLaren so was mature. The only black cloud is his time at Renault. We will see anyway.

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      • May 13 2020 - 09:20
  • JuJuHound

    Posts: 352

    What if.., German ownership will be keen to get Seb to Mercedes to replace Valterri... wow that would be a dream-team. The only thing against is the tension that could be biuld between Seb & Lewis and bring back dark days from Nico-Lewis period.

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    • May 14 2020 - 08:51

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