Formula 1: Ralf Schumacher publicly counts Vettel before the Monaco race

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The cheering pictures of Sebastian Vettels (33) jumping into the harbor basin during his first Monaco victory in 2011 in the Red Bull are hardly missing in a preview of the most important race of the year (Sunday, 3 p.m., Sky). In 2017 he won the Glamor GP again in a Ferrari. But never in his 14-year-old Formula 1 career did the ex-world champion travel more chances than this time.

  • Formula 1: Sebastian Vettel counted before the race in Monaco
  • Ralf Schumacher demands results from Vettel in the Aston Martin
  • Vettel wants to get the first points of the season in Monaco

He is seven races in a row without a point. He was beaten by young team-mate Lance Stroll (22) in three of four qualifying sessions at Aston Martin.

Most recently in Barcelona it was only enough for 13th place. Only the inferior Williams and Haas drivers are worse than Sebastian Vettel, and he should lead the team, which was ranked fourth in the World Championship as Racing Point, to title honors.

Formula 1: Ralf Schumacher already sets a deadline for Sebastian Vettel

Ralf Schumacher (45) is already counting Vettel because there is such a blatant gap between claims and reality. “If he is not clearly better and brings the team forward, he has to ask himself at some point whether it still makes sense,” says the Sky expert and sets a deadline for him.

Ralf Schumacher has been a Formula 1 expert at Sky since 2019.

“You still have to give him two or three races.” That means: At the latest by the triple header with the French GP and the two Austrian races in June, Vettel should have Stroll under control.

Sebastian Vettel wants to end his pointless curse in Monaco

Vettel wants to land the first break in the race in Monaco, with the second top ten qualifying after Portimao: “We know that our speed in the race was often better than on a lap, so we will be extremely focused on our performance in qualifying focus.”

In the crash barrier jungle that would be more than half the battle to break your zero-point curse.

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