After surviving the corona infection: Sebastian Vettel makes a comeback at races in Australia

After surviving the corona infection, four-time Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel will start the season late in Australia next week. As announced by his racing team Aston Martin on Thursday, the 34-year-old Hesse is fit to race again. He will compete for the English factory team at the Melbourne Grand Prix on April 10 (7 a.m. CEST) together with Canadian Lance Stroll.


From his quarantine, Vettel had to watch idly how Aston Martin had no chance at the start. Stroll and Hülkenberg have not yet been able to score a World Championship point, two twelfth places were the best results of a disappointing start to the season. Only Williams’ backbenchers are currently similarly weak.

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