Sebastian Vettel admitted he might be open to another role in Formula 1 in the future if he gets "bored" in retirement. This season will be the German's last as a driver in F1.
After 53 race victories and four world championship successes in a row between 2010 and 2013, he has decided to pursue other ventures and spend more time with his family at the age of 35.
But racing isn't his only role in F1 – he is also a director of the Grand Prix Drivers' Association. And, considering his passion about the environment and social justice, it has been suggested his talents could be used by F1 at the boardroom level to help the sport to evolve.
While he is not currently thinking about a future role in F1, Vettel did not close the door on the idea when asked about it. "I don't know at the moment – I'm not considering anything, because I'm stepping away," he told reporters. "Time will tell what will be something that is possible to do – if there is an offer of any such nature or not – and then I will see how I feel like [in] the moment.Read more on mirror.co.uk