F1 » Vettel denies labelling Hamilton 'stupid'


Sebastian Vettel: If I say after the race that I thought it was unnecessary and then it gets quoted that I say he's stupid it's quite disappointing...

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Its just another example of the British press taking something and twisting it beyond all truth and recognition just so that the story can sell more of their rubbish tabloids....The press in the UK have done more damage to the country than the Labour party ever did....now thats a lot!

Ranger - Unregistered

July 26, 2012 7:48 PM

Typical "heat of the moment" stuff and commonplace really. It's only news when Vettel, Alonso or Hamilton come up with comments like this, otherwise no one really cares. A catchy headline for a slow news day, nothing more. My advice, if you don't like the Brit press, don't read it.

Harv - Unregistered

July 26, 2012 10:27 PM

He has to deny it, Hamilton is one of the bigger names in f1, and he had every right in the rules to do it. Does anyone seriously think that if Vettel was a lap down due to bad luck, and he came up on the leaders and was faster, that he would just twiddle his thumbs and coast along behind?

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