When Sebastian Vettel broke onto the Formula 1 scene in 2007, he was nicknamed “Baby Schumi” for the similarities between himself and his fellow countryman, seven time world champion Michael Schumacher.
For 2015, the correlation looks set to continue. Vettel will leave Red Bull after winning four world championship, seemingly bound for Ferrari at the same age that Schumacher was when he left Benetton to move to Maranello in 1996.
With both Ferrari and Vettel currently struggling in F1, can they join forces to relive their glory days and return to the top of F1?
INDIANAPOLIS — Before waving the green flag for the biggest race in the world, Boston sports fan Matt Damon received an introduction to a hallowed trophy from another pro sport.
The actor enjoyed a visit with the Stanley Cup, which his Bruins will be vying to capture when they battle the St. Louis Blues at 8 p.m. Monday night in Game 1 of the NHL’s Stanley Cup Finals.
“Am I allowed to touch it? Wow,” Damon said.
He then briefly tried to lift it before a quick admonishment that “You can only do it when you win.”
“Oh, that’s fair,” Damon said, adding. “Let’s go Bruins! Come on!”
Watch Damon’s introduction to the Stanley Cup in the video above or by clicking here.