“Sebastian seems to be completely free in his head again, as if he wanted to prove to Ferrari that they made a huge mistake by not renewing his contract,” Berger said.
“In addition, with this bad car he no longer has the pressure to win at all costs. In Hungary he was back to his old self again. Leclerc didn’t have any small chance.”
Vettel will go racing again on Sunday August 2 in the first of two back-to-back races at Silverstone in the UK.
The four-time F1 champion came out on top there in 2018 and will be eager to make his mark as he looks to secure a seat for next season.
Hamilton will once again arrive at his home circuit as favourite, having secured two Grand Prix wins this season and with the Mercedes W11 the class of the field.
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