Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel thinks Ferrari could be his last stop in F1.
The 27-year-old switched to the fabled Maranello marque for 2015, and is believed to have signed at least a three-year contract.
But the German, who won his four world titles with Red Bull, thinks he could now stay in red for a long time.
“Yes, definitely,” said Vettel when asked if it is possible Ferrari will be his last team before retirement.
“At the moment I’m not looking that far ahead, but I am not the sort of person who changes teams from one year to the next. I never was, in any area of my life.”
Although retirement is a long way off, Vettel does admit to sometimes thinking about what he might do in his life beyond F1.
Studying is one option.
“You have to do something in your later life,” he said, “so that you are not bored. What do you do with all that time?
“You can’t just spend 30 years in retirement — that would be a disaster!” (GMM)