Sebastian Vettel has admitted he would be interested in driving in formula one with Ferrari at some point in the future.
The highly rated 22-year-old German finished last year’s world championship second, and again with Red Bull in 2010 he has locked out two pole positions so far and is the favourite for victory in Melbourne.
He is also firmly under contract to the energy drinks company-owned team, but admits that F1’s most famous brand is still an attractive option for the future.
“Right now I feel super-comfortable with Red Bull,” he is quoted as saying by the German news agency SID.
But when asked about Ferrari, Vettel answered: “I think a famous soccer player said ‘McLaren or Ferrari — it must be Italy’.
“The Ferrari legend speaks for itself. I think for every driver, it would be something special to go there, but for me I still have a few years in front of me.”