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Vettel keen on future WRC outings

Sebastian VettelSebastian Vettel is the latest Formula 1 driver to express an interest in the World Rally Championship, following his visit to Rally Finland last weekend.

Kimi Raikkonen made his WRC debut in the event, while Robert Kubica already owns a rally car and last week said that he would like to compete in the WRC in the future.

Vettel travelled to Finland as a guest of the Citroen World Rally team and says he would also like to try his hand at rallying in the future.

"This is my first time at the World Rally Championship and it's been fascinating," said Vettel. "It is high speed and it's nice to be out at the stages to watch it. It is nearly as quick as F1, but with no run off and on gravel.

"I was able to get some advice from Sebastien Loeb, and there is no one better. I have plenty to do in F1, but who knows maybe one day I will compete in the WRC - I wouldn't mind doing some drives in the future."

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