News from a few sites is that German news publisher Bild has interviewed Stefano Domenicali and stated that Sebastian is considered or being offered a role with F1 Management.
Following his retirement announcement at the Hungarian GP, Stefano Dominicali has moved to offer Sebastian Vettel a role in FOM.
The Italian admitted Vettel’s decision to retire was a surprise.“I read it on the news,” said Domenicali. “Now I will speak to Sebastian.”
Speaking to German publication Bild, Stefano did say that he has already spoken with Vettel and has offered him a role in Formula One Management.
“Among other things, we talked about his decision and the future,”
“Sebastian will always be associated with Formula 1. And of course we want that connection to remain close in the future. If he is interested in becoming part of our system and the approaches fit together, I would of course welcome him here.” “But we already know that, after the season, he wants to sort himself out and enjoy time with his family.”
The German media are speculating whether Vettel’s role could be related to his endeavors on sustainability and social progress.
With Seb's recent spat accusing Formula One of dragging on about introducing a more sustainable fuel, and by proving a point and running Nigel Mansell’s 1992 Williams on CO2 free fuel.
Dominicali did say Vettel’s criticism was unfair and observed the difference between the challenges F1 faces and Vettel’s laps.
“It makes a difference whether you have to get a single car prepared for one or two laps or twenty cars prepared for 70 laps and a whole season,” Domenicali insisted.
Makes a good place to be and make a change, I say Yay!