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Sebastian Vettel Christian Horner Red Bull Source: Sky Sports F1

A little look back at the history: Sebastian Vettel was the first World Champion representing Red Bull when he won the first title for his team in 2010. Then, the German went on to win three more titles in a row. Clearly, Vettel helped Red Bull become a powerhouse in Formula One. The Austrian team won back-to-back four constructor titles as Vettel won consecutive four Driver’s championships. However, later, in 2014, Vettel moved to Ferrari, following the footsteps of childhood idol Michael Schumacher.

Although, he could not win any more titles with other teams. As a result, last year, Vettel announced his retirement. Aston Martin was the last team he drove for. However, Sebastian Vettel will always be close to the whole Red Bull family. And it makes him happy and proud to see the Austrian team winning titles. That is why there is a chance Sebastian Vettel may reunite with his former team to celebrate this year’s title victory.


Sebastian Vettel Might Be Present At Both Singapore And Japan GP

Max Verstappen Sebastian Vettel
Max Verstappen Sebastian Vettel Source: FirstSportz

Recently, Sebastian Vettel announced that he would likely be in the paddock at the Japanese Grand Prix. And certain sources inform that the four-time Red Bull champion driver would also be present in the paddock at the Marina Bay track. Apparently, the Singapore Grand Prix was the favorite hunting ground for the four-time world champion. He won in the Marina Bay with Red Bull as well as Ferrari. Hence, it might be a nostalgic homecoming for Vettel in Singapore. Moreover, there are chances that he can drive the RB7 that he drove in 2011 for Red Bull. It is all about celebrating with his former team their title victory.

If Mercedes scores no points at Marina Bay and Red Bull gets the fastest lap along with another one-two finish, they might seal the deal then and there. But the question is, will Mercedes make it just that easy for their rivals? Moreover, Red Bull had a great season so far, winning all 14 races. It is almost certain that the Austrian team will win the constructor title. But to confirm the championship sooner, they must win the next two Grand Prix in Singapore and Japan. However, the way things are going, it does not look like it is going to be a challenge for Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez to seal the deal.

Max Verstappen Broke A Couple Of Vettel’s Record This Year

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Indeed, the current cost cap era belongs to the hegemony of Red Bull and their new champion, Max Verstappen. The Dutchman won 37 races in the last two and a half years. But the 2023 season is not over yet. He can become the first Driver to win twenty races in a season. Moreover, Max Verstappen broke the record for most wins in a season, winning 15 races last season. Previously, the record for most wins in a season belonged to Sebastian Vettel and Michael Schumacher, with 13 Grand Prix wins.

Sebastian Vettel won 13 races in 2013 when he won his 4th title. Moreover, that year, he won nine consecutive races. That was a record, too, which Max Verstappen broke this year. The Dutchman won ten consecutive races so far. He might win eight more in a row. However, Red Bull will be the constructor’s champion within the next two races. If the Austrian team can’t do it in Singapore, then they will definitely do it in Japan if everything goes according to their plans.