Vettel denies Ferrari link
Red Bull ace Sebastian Vettel has insisted he is happy with life at the Milton Keynes-based outfit amid rumours of a potential move.
The defending world champion, who has won the title twice with Red Bull, has been recently linked with a move to rivals Ferrari, who look set to replace the struggling Felipe Massa at the end of the current campaign. Vettel has reportedly agreed terms with the Italian outfit for a potential move in 2014 if Ferrari can improve their car, which has been off the pace compared to the likes of McLaren and Mercedes. The 24-year-old has denied he is set to leave Red Bull and is fully committed to his current team, as he goes in search of his third consecutive world title. He told AutoSport: "I've been wearing a Red Bull helmet for almost my entire career. It is difficult to imagine another kind of life if you are so used to it. "It would be like when you turn 18, 19 and move out of your family's home. I am very happy where I am right now and I don't want to move on to anywhere else."