Aston Martin have given an insight into Sebastian Vettel's recent trip to London in a new video, where he is seen giving a speech to a group of young offenders.
The four-time World Champion visited Feltham Young Offenders Institution to see their new motor mechanics workshop, and spoke to inmates there.
During his talk, Vettel stated: "There shouldn't be prejudice stopping you, or anyone, joining or doing what you want to do."
Following this, he met school children at the Oasis Nurture School, before ending the day by appearing on BBC political debate show Question Time.
The driver later reflected that he had found many of the people he had encountered during the day to be "inspiring".
Watch the video below to see more of Vettel's day in London...
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