SEBASTIAN VETTEL turns out to be a hit with Farmula One after studying organic farming during the lockdown.
The German is very secret about his private life, but opened up after the disclosure of an internship in agriculture.
The four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel says he is interested in the nutritional differences between the individual types of fruit and vegetablesCredit: Splash
German superstar Vettel is sure to grab the attention of a tractor with his agricultural revealCredit: Splash
The 33-year-old Vettel has already spoken about climate change, but has now expressed his interest in organic farming.
The father of three, who drives for Aston Martin this season after leaving Ferrari, has also become an ambassador for the BioBeeApple project. an incentive to protect bees and insects.
When asked about his interest in agriculture, Vettel said: “Since I had more time than planned, I thought about what I could do and what interests me.
“That interests me. At some point you realize that not all vegetables are the same, not every apple has the same nutrients, and then you ask why.
“Then you realize very quickly where the apple comes from and how it is grown – and so the doors opened for me.
“The theory interests me and I read a lot about it.
“But learning more from the practical side and talking to the people who deal with it every day was very interesting.”
The four-time world champion has also done some conservation in his home in Switzerland and created a heart-shaped insect haven that his children can enjoy.
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He added, “Since I didn’t want to be satisfied with a small heart, I made the heart a little bigger.
“The girls were there at the beginning, but then I was alone with the spade and that was very exhausting.
“A little showed up last year, but I’m looking forward to seeing more sprouts this year.”
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