Schumacher not applying for 2014 Red Bull race seat 24 August, 2013 Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel will not be Red Bull teammates in 2014 Just in time to stop the ‘silly season’ from becoming the ‘crazy season’, Michael Schumacher has ruled out returning to Formula 1 in 2014. As the candidates line up to replace Red Bull’s departing Mark Webber, some have dared mention the seven time world champion as the perfect teammate for his protege, countryman and friend Sebastian Vettel. The 44-year-old German, however, hung up his helmet for the second time only at the end of last season, and Schumacher’s spokeswoman insisted on Saturday he “has moved away from Formula 1 now”. “He has not been among those who have been in touch with Red Bull,” she told the Mirror. “He has achieved a great deal in F1 and [is] happy with what he has done. “It’s not that he’s not physically capable because he has kept himself in good shape but it would take a lot of commitment and he doesn’t feel the need to make it. “Michael is enjoying his life,” she added. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsSilly Season: Alonso and Vettel future uncertainVettel: I will be driving for Red Bull next yearSilly Season: Vettel and Red Bull deny Alonso swapGutierrez and Sainz feature in silly season latestDomenicali: Sebastian often reminds me of the good old times with MichaelWebber: Vettel will be Ferrari’s next signingFerrari tries to ease 2014 driver uncertainty as silly season hits top gearConfirmed: Raikkonen will not join Vettel at Red Bull in 2014Silly season latest: Raikkonen ditches Lotus for Ferrari, Alonso to Red BullFerrari offers Raikkonen 2014 contract for more money than Red Bull deal jeff Who in the heck comes up with these preposterious stories? Sean Jeff, it’s clearly tongue-in-cheek … Jez, lighten up man … it is silly season after all … you been watching F1 long? I guess not … PS … Drop the “i” … it’s “preposterous” … kinda like your reply … but full marks for trying. f1 fan @ jeff when i saw this article i was going to say the same thing you just said. He has already achieved a lot , 7titles… making a third comeback. How can someone even think so.. M451 Why would he want to come back? More titles than anyone in the sport, he’s proved himself more than enough, now let him enjoy his life. Jack I wanted to see him crack triple figures in wins! jeff Jack, Love the way you think. If he was in the current Mercedes. Who knows? After all HE IS MICHAEL SCHUMACHER. PERIOD Tamburello_1994 Your time is up. Sean @F1 Fan … Inex Nathan @f1fan Are you really jeff? How anyone could take that serious is beyond me. Maybe think before you post and you won’t be embarrassed and have to post under an alias to agree with yourself. That’s pretty embarrassing for you but funny for all of us especially as you now have called yourself F1 Fan pmsl Sean @Jeff (aka F1 Fan) … Great come back to Nathan … err… NOT! lol Jeff & F1 Fan are the same person … Preposter(i)ous but true lol jeff Sean & Nathan dont confuse me with F1 fan. We are not one and the same. Ju Isn’t Valentino Rossi also in the running? TylerC I’ve heard they’re also considering Andrea de Cesaris, Michele Alboreto, oh and Dale Earnhardt Sr.