Sebastian Vettel shocked fans with an appearance on the BBC's Question Time, where he expressed very logical views on an array of issues including Brexit.The German racer has represented some of the biggest teams on the F1 grid including Red Bull and Ferrari - and utilised his position to speak candidly about many controversial topics.Vettel was not afraid to call out Prime Minister Boris Johnson over the 'partygate' scandal, stating: “When you are in that position there are certain things that you just can’t pull off.
In the end, it is the prime minister who made the law and then breaks the law."He also expressed his views on the rising cost of living, the war in Ukraine, Vladimir Putin and Finland's announcement that they intend to join NATO - showing he's educated in a wide variety of topics that are currently dominating the news agenda.On Brexit, he said: “I think the majority of German people don’t understand.
I think there’s some things might be better, some things might be worse, I’m not the best judge here. But what I can see is that looking at the size of problems that is ahead of us on so many levels, whether it is the environment, social justice, looking after people, we need to do this together.
We will not pull this off just [as] one of us. And that’s where I don’t understand the push for Brexit and say that ‘we will take care of ourselves and everything will be great’.”Vettel's verdict on the likes of Brexit and Boris Johnson left many on social media impressed, with plenty flocking to praise the German racer and urging politicians to listen.@Maybot2019 described him as a 'breathe of fresh air compared to the politicians on there', with @SophieTalksF1 adding 'he's put our elected politicians in the shade.Read more on dailystar.co.uk