The record Formula 1 world champion has had a passion for motorized two-wheelers since childhood. When he was at school he was out and about with a Cagiva Mito - but he also likes it with more style:
He reveals to Servus TV: “I used to start with a moped, then a moped came along. The focus has always been on four wheels, but this year, for example, I've been with the slowest Restoration of a Vespa began".
Sebastian therefore works on an old Vespa himself: “It takes forever. It will take a while until it's finished, but it's a lot of fun to do a little screwing and tinkering yourself. " That's why he has his engineers at Red Bull in his racing team. With the Vespa he can do it himself:
“The technology is easy to recognize and you can deduce a lot yourself,” says Sebastian enthusiastically about the Vespa. “It's so complicated with new vehicles that you don't understand exactly how it works. An old motorcycle is similar to an old car: you have to intervene much more at the wheel ”.