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2018-09-17 12:06
Stoffel Vandoorne looking down


Stoffel Vandoorne has admitted he may continue his motor racing career outside of Formula 1.

After a highly promising junior career, the Belgian has lost his full-time McLaren seat after two seasons and is unlikely to find another cockpit elsewhere.

Vandoorne future undecided

"Staying in F1 is still possible but the chances are very, very, very small. The market has changed a lot over the last weeks, but nothing is decided yet. We're even looking outside of F1, and I hope to have something very soon," the 26-year-old told Belgian broadcaster RTBF.

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"There are other championships where the level is very high, and where there are a lot of people who still believe in my talent. I'm still the driver I was before who is able to win races and championships.

I am convinced that in another environment I can do it again," he said.

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