Formula 1 star Sebastian Vettel sells eight of his dream cars
Ex-Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel parted ways with eight cars in his sports car collection. AUTO BILD shows the jewelry.
I.Has his love for Ferrari finally died out? Or does he have to make room in his garage? Anyway, want to Formula 1 star Sebastian Vettel (33) separate from five Ferrari sports cars. How does that figure out now? The new Aston Martin pilot offers the Supercar about the British sports car dealer Tom Hartley Junior – and he posted the sweetheart on Instagram.
Quote: “We are very pleased to be able to introduce you to some of our latest additions, all of which come directly from the collection of four-time Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel. All of these cars are domiciled, registered and taxed in Switzerland.” Vettel lives in the Near Konstanz on Lake Constance in a converted and modernized mill.
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It is also known that the German one Car and motorcycle lovers is. However, a rethinking recently took place in the head of the Hessian. “I have adapted my behavior more and more,” he revealed as early as 2020. “I plan exactly where I can go by car or train, whether scheduled flights are available when I have to be on the move. I also try to be more efficient at home deal with the resources. ” Also means: The need for many fuel-guzzling super athletes no longer really exists. That should also be a reason why sustainability fan Vettel is clearing out his garage. Vettel himself does not want to comment on the cars. His spokeswoman confirmed, however, that the jewelry came from his possession and should be brought to the man.
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Incidentally, the Heppenheimer will never part with a runabout: his Ferrari F40who once Luciano Pavarotti belonged to. The F40 is Vettel’s childhood dream car – even his lost love for the Formula 1 team can’t change that. The dealer offers these super sports cars.
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