Sebastian Vettel will leave Ferrari after this year, and speculation about his future is hot.

Would the 32-year-old German four-time world champion still be washed away from the top stable or will he end his top career? Vettel isn’t believed to be leaving to just drive from the joy of driving to small stables, but he would need to continue a competitive team.

Mercedes team manager Toto Wolff does not rule out the possibility that Vettel will move to his team for the 2021 season. This year, Mercedes will be number one driver Lewis Hamilton and number two Valtteri Bottas.

Their contracts will no longer cover this year. Britta Hamilton has won five of her six world championships with Mercedes. Vettel’s abilities are also known - especially in the stable of his home country.

- Of course, a German driver in a German car would be a good marketing thing. We focus on success, and Sebastian is very good, of course. He decides for himself whether to move to a stable or quit, Wolff said, according to insideracing.com, which borrowed Austrian TV.

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Vettel won his world championship in the tube at Red Bull 2010-13. He has driven the last five seasons on a Ferrari without the desired result. Vettelin finished second in the World Series as a representative of the Italian legend at his best.

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According to team manager Wolff, Mercedes is not going to rush with its future plans. Mersu is focusing on the drivers at the moment right now.

Alpha Taur’s boss Franz Tost believes Vettel still has enough motivation, so the career may continue.

- The end of something always means the beginning of something. Depends on the stable location. Sebastian Vettel is the driver of the caliber who can fight for the championship, Tost said according to formula1.com.

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Tost recalled that Vettel did not have to hang in for money.

- I don't think he needs to keep competing for money anymore. Masters don’t think about money. They are motivated by winning, not money, Tost said.

Ferrari has confirmed that next year, Carlos Sainz jr, who will move to the stable from McLaren, will drive in his colors as Charles Leclerc’s teammate.