Much has been made about Sebastian Vettel's recent form. After another clumsy collision in today's race, questions are just going to continue about Vettel's future both at Ferrari and in the sport more generally.
So, what do you think Vettel should do? Eddie Jordan believes he'll join Mercedes at some point, and maybe a change of scene will help turn things around. Perhaps he should just remain at Ferrari, and hope things get better eventually, or should he just call it a day completely?
And from Ferrari's perspective, what do you think they should do? Should they be starting to look at replacements for Vettel, and if so, who? Or should they just concentrate on sorting out the car first, and worry about the Vettel problem later?
I'd be interested to hear your thoughts.
Edited by JHSingo, 14 July 2019 - 16:43.