McLaren’s Seidl doesn’t feel sorry for Vettel

McLaren boss Andreas Seidl has played down the need to feel “sorry” for Sebastian Vettel. Ralf Schumacher said afterwards that he feels “a little sorry” for the German. “You don’t have to feel sorry for Sebastian,” German Seidl told RTL. I assume that Aston Martin will be very, very competitive with Sebastian from the first race and a tough opponent for us,” he added. I hope that we can fight for third place,” he said. Seidl said that battle may also feature “Ferrari, Alpine, Alpha Tauri and Aston Martin” – and he is also keeping an eye on Alfa Romeo.

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