Sebastian Vettel pledges his future to Red Bull amid rumours that the German would leave the constructors' champions.
Sebastian Vettel has committed his future to Red Bull after the world champion distanced himself from reports of a move away from the team.
The German has been heavily linked with a switch to Ferrari as the possibility of a swap involving Fernando Alonso was mooted.
However, the 27-year-old has now pledged to remain with the Austrian outfit and is adamant that he still has much to achieve with the constructor.
Vettel told Sport Bild: "I've already said on numerous occasions that I've got a contract with Red Bull for next year and I'm working on the principle that I will still be driving for them.
"I've still got a lot to achieve with this team and I want to do everything to ensure that we make a comeback."
Vettel finished second in Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix, behind the Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton.
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