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Think Kimi has been around Americans too much - there it is an acceptable expression - I remember my cousin - whom never swears - back in 1962 in a Tennesee Pancake House when asked if he wanted syrup etc saying yes all the ****. However Vettel should have known better. There is no excuse for bad language one can always substitute a clean word that still portrays your feelings. Many many years ago John Bolster interviewed Innes Ireland as he stopped in his pit - the car having only three wheels answered Bolster's question as to what was wrong by saying "can't you see the ------- wheel's come off?" It led to zero broadcasts of motor sport for many years. Young folks look up to "stars" thus the "stars" need to set a good example