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He was eventually passed by Hamilton a couple of laps later, with Vettel's woes compounded as he spun and then suffered a front wing failure.
Vettel eventually finished fifth, as Hamilton inherited victory after a spark plug failure for Leclerc. Vettel took pole position in Canada for a second consecutive year and his first pole in 17 races.
On lap 48, a snap of oversteer caused Vettel to run wide onto the grass at turn 4. As he came back onto the track, Hamilton was alongside, trying to overtake, but Vettel emerged still just in front.
However, he would receive a controversial five second penalty from the stewards, who believed he had returned to the track "in an unsafe manner and forced car 44 Hamilton off track".
Vettel initially appeared to refuse to go on the podium. After persuasion, he did, but not before he swapped the number one and two signs in front of Hamilton's Mercedes and his own Ferrari car.
However, Verstappen soon passed him and in trying to move back in front of the Dutchman, Vettel collided into the back of the Red Bull.
He received a ten-second penalty and finished eventually in sixteenth place. At his home race in Germany , Vettel was unable to qualify after a turbo issue, meaning he would start in last place.
A race of mixed conditions, with numerous crashes and Safety Cars, Vettel stayed out of trouble and worked his way through the field to finish in second place behind Verstappen.
Formula One returned from its summer break in Belgium , but the weekend was marred by the tragic death of Formula 2 driver Anthoine Hubert.
Vettel received a second stop-go penalty and eventually finished in thirteenth place. Vettel was on provisional pole, but could not improve on his final lap, which allowed teammate Leclerc to take a third consecutive pole and Hamilton to join him on the front row, leaving Vettel in third place on the grid.
Vettel pitted earliest of the front runners and with the slower pace that Leclerc and Hamilton had been showing at the front, this allowed to him to undercut and jump both of them to take the lead.
Three Safety Cars would follow, but Vettel would hold on for his first victory in over a year. For the first time, Vettel had won five times at the same circuit.
However, radio transmissions suggested that Ferrari wanted to swap their drivers, but with Vettel being the quicker driver, he remained in front.
Vettel retired moments later with a MGU-K problem; his first retirement of the season. Vettel took his fifth pole position in Japan in a qualifying session pushed forward to Sunday morning due to Typhoon Hagibis.
Bottas took victory, with Vettel fending off Hamilton for second place. This result ended Vettel's mathematical chances of winning the Drivers' Championship.
After running in third for the majority of the race, a Safety Car allowed Red Bull's Alexander Albon and teammate Leclerc to overtake him.
Vettel tried to pass Leclerc almost immediately after being quite aggressively overtaken by him, but the two Ferrari's collided, resulting in both suffering race ending damage, leaving Vettel not reaching the chequered flag for the third time in five races.
Vettel also finished fifth in the Drivers' Championship, with Leclerc becoming only the second teammate in his career to outscore him across a season, after Ricciardo in Ferrari announced they would not extend Vettel's contract beyond the season.
Team principal Mattia Binotto explained there was "no specific reason" for the decision, though both parties noted it was an amicable agreement.
The first ten races of the original calendar were either rescheduled, postponed or cancelled altogether.
On June 2nd, the first eight races of a rescheduled calendar were announced, with the season starting in Austria on the first weekend of July.
In the first qualifying session of the year, Ferrari lacked pace, with Vettel being knocked out in Q2 and starting 11th. Vettel lost the individual competition however, in first heat, in his second battle against Kovalainen.
Vettel also competed in the Race of Champions , alongside Michael Schumacher. Once again they won the Nations' Cup Title after a close final against Scandinavia.
In the edition , on home ground in Düsseldorf , Vettel again teamed up with Schumacher to win the fourth consecutive Nations Cup.
En route to the final of the Nations Cup, Vettel was able to gain some form of revenge over his former teammate Daniel Ricciardo, defeating him at the quarter final stage as Germany knocked out Australia.
In , Vettel was knocked out in the first heat for the Race of Champions, but went on to win the Nations Cup for Germany by himself with an unprecedented 7 consecutive victories, after his teammate Pascal Wehrlein was injured earlier in a crash.
In the event in Mexico, Vettel teamed up with Mick Schumacher , where they reached the final of the Nations Cup, but finished runners-up to the Nordic team of Kristensen and Johan Kristoffersson.
Vettel was eliminated in the group stages of the individual competition, meaning for the first time in his 9th appearance , he finished the event without winning a title, although he managed to win the ROC Skills Challenge.
Vettel's passion for different helmet designs started at a young age. From his early days in karting, he has worked with helmet designer Jens Munser.
After switching to Red Bull in , Vettel started regularly using a variety of new helmet designs. Some designs were small changes to his original Red Bull design, while others are completely original designs, such as the one he used at the Japanese Grand Prix: Vettel had a special white-red helmet design, with black kanji and hiragana for "gives you wings".
Several of his helmet designs also featured his team members. Vettel started his campaign with a new design in honour of Felix Baumgartner , for his world record Red Bull Stratos space jump in October Helmet manufacturer Arai have stated Vettel 'retires' a helmet design after each win, although he does not need to win in order to sport a new design.
After moving to the Ferrari team, prior to the start of the season Vettel said that he will no longer change helmet designs so often and after choosing a new design, having had a Red Bull design since he was 12, will try to stick to one design for the year, which was also enforced by a FIA rule banning 'significant' helmet changes in-season.
For the Italian Grand Prix he changed the German flag stripe on his helmet to an Italian flag stripe in celebration of Ferrari's home race.
Like a ship, a car should be named after a girl as it's sexy". He was not just dubbed this for his nationality, but also because of his driving style, his concentration and the hands-on role he plays behind the scenes with his team of engineers.
Vettel played down the comparison stating he wanted to be the "New Vettel". Nevertheless, the similarities are marked. Like Schumacher, Vettel grew up in a small town with an everyday background—Schumacher's father a bricklayer and Vettel's a carpenter.
Both had their first taste of racing at the Kerpen karting track near Cologne, not far from the Nürburgring. Vettel began driving in his garden lapping the garden many times, not even stopping to eat or shower, before he could legally take to the roads, and said his passion for cars was nurtured by watching Schumacher compete.
After winning his first championship in , and being hailed as the 'Next Schumacher', Vettel has stated he did not want to aim for Schumacher's record after learning how hard it was to get one championship under his belt, though he would like to win more.
They both clinched their second successive titles before the seasons were finished unlike their previous year , and in only their fourth full seasons.
Both drivers became the youngest ever double world champions at the time, by doing this. In , Pirelli 's Paul Hembery was impressed when Vettel was the only driver to take the time to visit the factory and talk to the tyre manufacturer to gain a better insight and improve their racing.
The "only other driver that asks us a lot of questions" is Michael Schumacher. Hembery "found that interesting. After Schumacher was severely injured in a skiing accident in late , Vettel was on hand to collect a German Millennium-Bambi award for his life achievements, on his behalf, along with Schumacher's long-term manager Sabine Kehm a year later.
The two of them had got to know each other well from racing together in Formula One and in the Race of Champions and are — along with Nico Rosberg — the only German Formula One title winners.
In , Vettel cited Schumacher as one of his inspirations in becoming a Ferrari driver from , saying: "When I was a kid, Michael Schumacher in the red car was my greatest idol and now it's an incredible honour to finally get the chance to drive a Ferrari.
This was at the age of 27, exactly the same age as Schumacher winning his first race with the team.
Additionally, both Schumacher and Vettel finished 3rd in the Drivers' Championship in their debut seasons with Ferrari, scoring 3 wins each.
Both Vettel and Schumacher also won their first ever World Championship in car number 5. Vettel was named Rookie of the Year at the annual Autosport Awards in In , Vettel was awarded the Lorenzo Bandini Trophy , for achievements in the season.
In the same year, he won the International Racing Driver category at the Autosport Awards for the first time, and has since won this award for three successive years — It features increased engine power, revised bodywork and lower suspension than the standard model.
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The next stage of my Formula 1 career will be spent with Scuderia Ferrari and for me that means the dream of a lifetime has come true.
When I was a kid, Michael Schumacher in the red car was my greatest idol and now it's an incredible honour to finally get the chance to drive a Ferrari.
I already got a small taste of what the Ferrari spirit means, when I took my first win at Monza in , with an engine from the Prancing Horse built in Maranello.
The Scuderia has a great tradition in this sport and I am extremely motivated to help the team get back to the top. I will put my heart and soul into making it happen.
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