“In the simulator we saw that the track had a few challenging curves,” Vettel explains the parking lot course around the Miami Dolphins stadium. “There’s a surprising amount of elevation change between Turns 13 and 16 that can catch drivers off guard, and there are long sections where overtaking should also be possible with the DRS.”
On top of that, there is unrest at Vettel’s employer. The car manufacturer Aston Martin, namesake of the F1 team, will have to do without its CEO in the future. Tobias Moers has separated from the British sports car manufacturer. Apparently after disagreements with board and F1 team owner Lawrence Stroll. Ex-Ferrari boss Amedeo Felisa (76) takes over the top post.