Sebastian Vettel. Credit: Red Bull Content Pool
Sebastian Vettel was a Red Bull Formula star at the Nürburgring.
Vettel returns to the Nurburgring circuit! In 2013, the four-time Formula 1 World Champion won his home race at Eifel, and now Sebastian Vettel is back on the track with an RB7 from his second World Championship season in 2011 and celebrated by nearly 60,000 Red Bull Formula fans. Nürburgring.
“I feel like I’m in a time capsule,” Heppenheimer said. “So many memories come back. Everything fits together here today – including the fact that we are now using synthetic fuels, ie CO2 neutral fuels.
Vettel took the legendary Nordschleife under the wheels of Formula 1, albeit at a slow pace, but with a clear mission: “Motorsport is my great passion and I want to preserve this sport. The fuel can be produced synthetically and used as an alternative fuel. And this may not be the only solution, but it is part From the solution. It’s important that we all realize that we have to do something. And the best thing is that you don’t feel any different in the car, it’s just as fun.”
Jos Verstappen was also present on the famous racetrack just below Nürburg. The father of current Formula 1 champion Max Verstappen was driving a Ford Supervan 4.2 over the Müllenbach Loop. Former DTM boss Gerhard Berger has brought his 1995 Formula 1 Ferrari back to life.
Former Formula 1 star David Coulthard stepped in on short notice in place of the injured Daniel Ricciardo and also allowed him to drive the 2012 Red Bull RB8 around the Nordschleife with Vettel in tow. “I feel very proud to be able to drive here with Sebastian and in front of a great crowd,” he says.
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Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix
1. Max Verstappen (Netherlands) – Red Bull 1:13:41.143 hours
2. Sergio Perez (Mexico) – Red Bull +6.064sec
3. Carlos Sainz Jr. (ESP) – Ferrari +11,193
4. Charles Leclerc (Monaco) – Ferrari +11,377
5. George Russell (Great Britain) – Mercedes +23.028
6. Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain) – Mercedes +42.679
7. Alexander Albon (Thailand) – Williams +45.106
8. Lando Norris (Great Britain) – McLaren +45.449
9. Fernando Alonso (Spain) – Aston Martin +46.294
10. Valtteri Bottas (Finland) – Alfa Romeo +1:04.056 minutes.
Standing after 14 of 22 races
1. Max Verstappen (Netherlands) – Red Bull 364 points.
2. Sergio Perez (Mexico) – Red Bull 219
3. Fernando Alonso (Spain) – Aston Martin 170
4. Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain) – Mercedes 164
5. Carlos Sainz Jr. (Spain) – Ferrari 117
6. Charles Leclerc (Monaco) – Ferrari 111
7. George Russell (Great Britain) – Mercedes 109
8. Lando Norris (Great Britain) – McLaren 79
9. Lance Stroll (Canada) – Aston Martin 47
10. Pierre Gasly (France) – Alps 37
1. Red Bull 583 points
4. Aston Martin 217
5. McLaren 115
6. Alps 73
7. Williams 21
8. Haas 11
9. Alfa Romeo 10
10. Alpha Tauri 3
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