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He has a point, nothing wrong with expressing your feelings. He's not the first one to say silly things in the heat of the moment. Even if letting a few words slip isn't the end of the world it was definitely very rude. I also think he was dead wrong, I can't see what Narain possibly did wrong there. But either way, even it Vettel still thinks he's right, he should at least have the class to apologise for his choice of words. Driver error or not, there's no need for personal insults. If they'd shake hands and laugh about it all would be well, but it seems like Vettel's too good for that.