Vettel called the possible exclusion of the Belgian Grand Prix from the F1 calendar a big mistake
Four-time world champion, Aston Martin driver Sebastian Vettel criticized the potential exclusion of the Spa-Francorchamps circuit from the Formula 1 calendar
Four-time world champion, Aston Martin driver Sebastian Vettel said his opinion about the potential exclusion of the Spa-Francorchamps circuit.
Earlier it was reported that Formula 1 next season may refuse to hold the Belgian Grand Prix, which caused discontent among the drivers.
Sebastian Vettel: "Spa is an amazing track. I do not know a single rider who would not like to go to the Spa, unlike, for example, the track in Russia. Not because this is Russia, but solely because the track there is too monotonous. It would be a shame to lose the Belgian Grand Prix.
I don't vote, but I would prefer to continue coming to the Spa, especially after last year. People came, paid, and because of the rain, they did not receive either the race or compensation. Abandoning the Spa will be a big mistake for many reasons”.
Unlike the race at the Paul Ricard circuit, Spa still has a chance to stay on the calendar, but for this it is necessary that for some reason the race in South Africa does not take place.
But, according to sources, the situation tends to the fact that the first stage of the championship in 30 years on the territory of the African continent will still take place next season.