Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Vettel Looses Trainer To Ice Hockey Team

World champion Sebastian Vettel will be on the look out to find a new physiotherapist and fitness trainer. Auto Motor und Sport reports that Vettel's former coach Tommi Parmakoski has accepted an offer to work with a Finnish women's hockey team.

The two time world champion worked three years with Parmakoski and had a great deal of respect for the Finn. After winning the world championship in Japan, Vettel said about Parmakoski "He was the one not allowing me at any stage this year to lose the grip, start to fly, or think about things that are not in our control. It is down to people like Tommi who push more than 100 percent to do his job and keeps us on the right track."

Parmakoski aged 28 and a former ice hockey goalkeeper said in 2011 about Vettel: "At the race track Sebastian is the boss. Away from the track, I am."

 
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