Sebastian discussing about his future ahead of the British Grand Prix:
“I’m always looking forward. It’s exciting times for me. It’s a new situation, that’s true, but I take it as a challenge and an excitement whatever comes out of it. Whatever the task I’ll tackle it. Whether you’ll hear or see me or not that’s obviously at the moment unknown! But at the level I’ve performed at in the past I will continue to perform in general whether I’m racing or not, or try to do my best whatever task or whatever job that is.
“I have no answer. I would give you an answer if I really knew but at the moment I don’t and I think it’s probably realistic to be patient and wait a little bit. That could be a couple of weeks, that could be longer than that. Time will tell. Nothing has changed to what I mentioned in the last three weeks or prior three races. I’m not in a rush, I want to make sure that I make the right decision for myself and then take it from there.
“The fact that I’ve been around a long time helps, I know people and so on, but the most important for me is whatever the decision will be, it will be the right one for me. You can never be 100% certain as only time can tell but I think as much as I can I would like to control and make sure the conclusion to me is it is the right decision. Therefore I never believe good things are to be rushed so things will probably take time and therefore I cannot give a specific answer on when, as much as I cannot give a specific answer on what.
“Obviously at stake is remaining in F1 or not and as I said time will tell but surely it is a new situation, I don’t think in terms of negotiation skill I need to pull tricks out of my sleeve but I think it is just the fact it is a new situation and a new challenge as it is probably a decision about remaining or doing something different.”
Vettel: There’s not just one thing that will make you win, it’s a combination of a lot of things and probably in that regard our package hasn’t been strong enough in the last years and is not strong enough this year.#BritishGP 🇬🇧 #SV5 #F1 pic.twitter.com/Tv6F9szrdM
— Sebastian Vettel #5 (@sebvettelnews) July 30, 2020