Sebastian Vettel, a 35-year-old Formula One racing legend from Germany, has retired. Veteran Formula One driver Vettel has won the world championship four times. Once the contract with Aston Martin expires, Vettel will leave the team. Vettal made his debut in 2007 with the BMW Sabre. He was a member of the Red Bull team, that won four straight seasons from 2010 to 2013. Vettel has a spectacular 15-year career that includes 53 victories and 122 podium finishes. Vettel is Third on the list of celebrities who won more championships after Lewis Hamilton and Michael Schumacher both winning seven times and Juan Manuel Fangio, who has five championships in his credit. Vettel, who has four titles, is third. Vettel said he decided to leave racing in order to focus on his personal life. He made the announcement of his retirement on his Instagram page.
I enjoy having my family close by. “My ambition to be a decent father and husband does not go hand in hand with a racing career,” he said.