Recovered from COVID-19, Sebastian Vettel is ready for Aston Martin

Sebastian Vettel missed the very first two races of the Formula One campaign in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia due to a Coronavirus condition.

Sebastian Vettel is a German racing driver who presently drives for Aston Martin in Formula One. He has initially competed for BMW Sauber, Toro Rosso, Red Bull, and Ferrari. Vettel has four World Drivers’ Championship crowns to his record, all of those he achieved in a sequence from 2010 to 2013. Vettel is Formula One’s youngest World Champion. 

On April 10, the four-time reigning champion will partake in his first race of the campaign in the Australian Grand Prix. Due to a coronavirus infection, the 34-year-old German abandoned the opening two races of the Formula One calendar in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.


The team was anticipated to pull ahead this season as a consequence of the enlargement of the previous two years, and the new constraints offered an opening for those in the middle to advance. Sebastian Vettel was not only awol from the very first two Grands Prix, but his team is also severely lacking in speed.

Fellow German Nico Hulkenberg stood in for the four-times world champion at the Bahrain opener and in Saudi Arabia last weekend alongside Canadian regular Lance Stroll. Nico Hulkenberg, a reserve racer, had substituted Vettel in consecutive races, ending 17th in Bahrain and 12th in Saudi Arabia.

“We are pleased to confirm that Sebastian Vettel is now fit to race and will therefore line up alongside @lance_stroll in Melbourne to kick off his 2022 @F1 season,” Aston Martin announced via their Twitter account.

 Aston Martin is still hunting for its inaugural points this season.