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Can't find any clips of that incident at all on YouTube anymore, only links to ones that have been removed by the FIA... Sounds interesting though because on the TV broadcast it certainly looked like Vettel just cut across in front of Narain too soon, before he'd gone fully past him.
Anyway Angelina, I get what you're saying and that is exactly the impression I had of him too - a laidback, easy-going guy, but also someone who's a fierce competitor. And sure, we can all say harsh things in the heat of the moment. And he's there to win, not to make friends etc etc. But still, he could certainly afford to apologise afterwards. The 'idiot' remark isn't even criticism, it's just an insult. If he still thinks he's right he could even say something like "Sorry I called him an idiot, I shouldn't have done that. But I still think he made a stupid mistake and it cost me a lot of points, so that's why I was upset."