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Sebastian Vettel

All the names Vettel has given his F1 cars over the years

Sebastian Vettel is famed for his tradition of naming his Formula 1 car, but which moniker will he choose for Aston Martin's new challenger, the AMR22?

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As well as being a four-time Formula 1 World Champion on the track, Sebastian Vettel has become known for his off-track actions in recent years, including his tradition of naming each one of his cars.

Since his first full-time season in F1 in 2008, the German has chosen a different moniker for every car he has driven. There were an assortment of names during his Red Bull days, ranging from Luscious Liz to Kate and Kate's Dirty Sister.

When Vettel moved to Ferrari in 2015, the choices tended to reflect the team's Italian roots, with the first being Eva. Margherita, Gina and Lucilla were amongst those to follow.

A new chapter in Vettel's career began in 2021, when he made the switch to the newly-named Aston Martin outfit. In keeping with the brand's links to the James Bond franchise, the driver named his car Honey Ryder, a nod to the Bond girl played by Ursula Andress in the 1962 film Dr. No.

Vettel now enters into his second season with the team in 2022, but the question remains over what he will choose to call the AMR22.

Vettel's F1 car names

Year Team Name
2008 Toro Rosso Julie
2009 Red Bull Kate / Kate's Dirty Sister
2010 Red Bull Luscious Liz / Randy Mandy
2011 Red Bull Kinky Kylie
2012 Red Bull Abbey
2013 Red Bull Hungry Heidi
2014 Red Bull Suzie
2015 Ferrari Eva
2016 Ferrari Margherita
2017 Ferrari Gina
2018 Ferrari Loria
2019 Ferrari Lina
2020 Ferrari Lucilla
2021 Aston Martin Honey Ryder

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