While Vettel topped the speed charts in the second session, defending F1 champion Lewis Hamilton, who was fastest in the first practice for Mercedes, was one of seven drivers not to post a time.
According to the media report, Sebastian Vettel is expected to replace Sergio Perez, who currently races for Racing Point and has a lengthy contract with the team.
Hamilton took a knee with 11 drivers before the at the Styrian GP while wearing a Black Lives Matter T-shirt and then gave a raised fist salute on his car and on the podium after winning.
Formula 1: Charles Leclerc apologises to Ferrari for first-lap collision with teammate Sebastian Vettel
Charles Leclerc's car was tipped onto Vettel’s after he tried a lunge down the inside of the German and hit a kerb in the turn three incident.
Mugello will be the fourth Italian circuit to host a championship grand prix, after Monza, Imola and the Pescara road course.
Vettel won all his F1 titles with Red Bull during a highly dominant spell from 2010-13. Red Bull have not confirmed their drivers’ lineup for next season.
Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn says Sebastian Vettel is bound to be distracted by Ferrari axe
Vettel, a four-times world champion with Red Bull, qualified only 11th at the Red Bull Ring and then tangled with McLaren’s Carlos Sainz in the race, finishing 10th for the final point on offer.
Formula 1 2020, Austrian GP: Lando Norris' solid performance to Ferrari's struggle, talking points from race
There were several narratives in play through the 71 laps of Austrian GP, especially for drivers chasing victory, we bring you the biggest talking points from the race
Four-time F1 champion Sebastian Vettel says unlike Alonso, his possible exit from the sport after this season wouldn't be temporary.
Formula 1 2020: Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel says Austrian GP double-header will be decided on slim margins
Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel expects the Austrian GP, which will kick off the 2020 Formula 1 season, to be a tightly-contested affair.
The Ferrari Driver Academy (FDA) will set up a new development programme in Sydney as they look to develop regional talent for the future, Motorsport Australia said on Friday.
Formula 1: FIA agrees to cap F1 teams spending to $145 million in 2021, will scale down in subsequent years
FIA said in a statement that the cap will be scaled down to $140 million in 2022 and $135 million for 2023-2025, based on a 21-race season. It excludes driver salaries and engine costs.
The 2020 season is yet to start due to the COVID-19 pandemic but Vettel leaving Ferrari at the end of the year has given the sport's followers plenty to talk about
Formula 1: Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton would make a 'super team' at Mercedes, believes ex-F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone
Former Formula 1 chief Bernie Ecclestone has said that Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton would make a “super team” at Mercedes if he ends up there and it might prove beneficial for the sport.
In an interview with the Formula 1 website, the 25-year-old driver thanked team bosses for their understanding and not standing in the way of his move to Maranello.
Formula 1: Fernando Alonso ready to make a comeback, says his former Renault team boss Flavio Briatore
The 38-year-old Spaniard left Formula 1 at the end of 2018 but is seen as a possible replacement for Australian Daniel Ricciardo, who is moving to McLaren in 2021.
Formula 1: Carlos Sainz could be 'surprise show' for Ferrari next year, feels his former F3 boss Trevor Carlin
Carlos Sainz could be a surprise package when he teams up with Charles Leclerc at Ferrari next year, according to the Spaniard’s former F3 boss Trevor Carlin.
Ferrari looking at entering North American IndyCar series, says Formula 1 Team Principal Mattia Binotto
Binotto said Formula One’s new budget cap of $145 million for teams from 2021 would lead to staff being made redundant and Ferrari was looking at options to ensure its employees retain their jobs, albeit in a different field.
Seven-time world champion and Ferrari great Schumacher defeated former chief of Formula 1 Bernie Ecclestone in the poll.
Formula 1: Carlos Sainz to replace Sebastian Vettel at Ferrari for 2021 season, to partner Charles Leclerc
Sainz, 25, will join Ferrari on a two-year deal after two seasons at McLaren, creating the youngest driver pairing in Ferrari’s recent history in the process.