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With his split from Ferrari at the end of 2020 confirmed, Sebastian Vettel has become the latest top driver whose tenure at Maranello flattered to deceive. Here's how the four-time world champion's mission to deliver its first title since 2007 fell apart
When Sebastian Vettel arrived at Ferrari in 2015, like so many who had come before him, he was heralded as the man to turn the team's fortunes around.
Drivers such as Fernando Alonso, Kimi Raikkonen, Alain Prost and Michael Schumacher - Vettel's hero - had all hoped to build a new dynasty around them at Maranello, albeit with varying levels of success. Already a four-time world champion when he joined the team, Vettel naturally had similar aspirations.
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