The first ever Tuscan Grand Prix on Sunday celebrates Ferrari's 1,000th world championship race at the circuit near Florence owned by Formula One's oldest, most glamorous and successful team. Ferrari have had little to celebrate this year, however, and travel south from Monza after their worst performance there since 1995. Sebastian Vettel, soon to be announced as a Racing Point driver for 2021, and Charles Leclerc both retired last weekend and Ferrari are sixth overall and heading for their
Four-time Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel will drive for Racing Point starting next season. The team, which will be renamed Aston Martin, announced the move Thursday, a day after driver Sergio Perez said he was on his way out. The team said Vettel has signed for the 2021 season “and beyond" but did not reveal the length of the contract.