Sebastian Vettel answers web’s most searched questions on him, even talks about questions which were related to Ferrari too.
Sebastian Vettel has kept a low profile throughout his career but ever since his move from Ferrari has been announced, people want to hear and know about him.
To answer some of the questions, Vettel appeared in a youtube video answering most searched questions about him on Google, while appearing in the Ferrari outfit.
The first question he answers is if he has any pets. Vettel cheerfully says that he has a dog. Vettel then addresses if he has an Instagram account saying, “No. (But) somebody has been so kind so far to do it for me. I don’t know who, but people always mistake it for myself. So I guess whoever it is, keep it up you are doing it well, so I don’t need to do it”
When asked if he speaks Italian, Seb says, “Yeah, I understand. I get along.” He humorously adds, “I can order for myself in a restaurant.” The next question he addresses is about his right ear.
Vettel responds, “My mother told me that when I was a baby or in the tummy, I came out like this (curls his right ear). Otherwise, my hearing is alright, so be careful.” He quips.
He then reveals his height to be 176 cms and adds jokingly, “I don’t know why that is interesting.”He then answers some really basic questions regarding his car number (5) and nationality (German).
Then comes a very random question, as to what his dominant hand is, and that gets a straight answer from Vettel, he said: “I am right-handed, but my left is getting better.” (make of that what you will folks). When asked if he is single, Vettel says that he is married.
When quizzed as to how old he is, Vettel ironically advises that one should just google it. Vettel then reveals how to pronounce his name in Japanese fashion, by saying that people in Japan call him, “Sebu Vittire” ( or some similar-sounding word. I tried guys).
Vettel advises the viewers, to contact Ferrari a bunch of times, for information such as his contact number, and as to who is his press officer. He reveals the name of his race engineer to be, Riccardo Adami. The last question he answers is regarding, who his manager is, Vettel says, “I haven’t got one. Maybe I need to Google it myself.”