Vettel interested in tackling Nurburgring 24 Hours · RaceFans

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In the round-up: Sebastian Vettel says he could be interested in taking on the Nurburgring 24 Hours after his F1 career.

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What they say

Vettel’s brother Fabian contested the 2019 24 Hours of Nurburgring in a Mercedes GT3. The four-times champion said he hopes he would pick a year when the weather is good:

As some say I’m close to the end of my career, maybe it’s something to think about. But I’m sure I will be busy next year and the year after. So I don’t know.

I’ve always liked to follow other categories and other races. I think the 24 hour race here is a race that everyone knows and everybody looks up to, in a way, I think it’s one of the biggest challenges in the motorsport world.

So who knows? Maybe yes. Hopefully I pick a good year because it can be quite a big challenge with the weather as well. So but yeah, I think I don’t know. It’s probably a question more for later days.

Quotes: Dieter Rencken

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