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Criticism does not equal hate FFS! Although you do have a point there Angelina. Calling someone names and refusing to apologise may be unprofessional and not very classy, whereas throwing champagne glasses around in a club is unprofessional, classless AND bloody dangerous. Not to mention illegal.
To me the thing about Vettel though is also that things like this get so disappointing. I was a bit of a fan of Seb in the early days of his F1 career, then there was that thing with Mark, and now this. He often comes across as a pretty laidback, likeable guy, and usually doesn't seem to take himself too seriously. So I really don't get why he can't seem to be gracious about this particular incident.