Four-time Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel who retired from Sunday’s inaugural Miami Grand Prix admitted following the event that he is not really a fan of the track and prefers road courses in the U.S such as Road America.
Graham Rahal was the first to say it tweeting following Sunday’s race:
— Graham Rahal (@GrahamRahal) May 8, 2022
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing team co-owner Bobby Rahal also commented on the thread saying ‘Seb, it’s a done deal if you wish.
A number of Formula One drivers have made the move successfully from Formula One across to the NTT IndyCar Series, most recently, Romain Grosjean who is racing full-time for Andretti Autosport this season and will make his Indianapolis 500 debut later this month.
Marcus Ericsson has also made a successful move to IndyCar and is doing a great job alongside his Chip Ganassi Racing teammates, six-time series champion Scott Dixon and defending series champion Alex Palou.
Alexander Rossi won the Indianapolis 500 on his debut in 2016 while Takuma Sato is a two-time Indianapolis 500 winner.
Sebastian Vettel would be a great addition to the NTT IndyCar Series field so it will be interesting to see what the future holds for the four-time Formula One champion.