Another F1 figure has defended Sebastian Vettel, after the reigning world champion made a crass observation about his rivals.
After getting booed on the podium yet again in Singapore, the Red Bull driver surmised that the detractors are "jealous", and implied that his rivals are not beating him because they are lazy.
"Whilst there's a lot of people hanging their balls in the pool very early on Fridays, we're still here working very hard and pushing very hard," Vettel had said.
His boss, Dr Helmut Marko, said Vettel's comment was "great and pithy, and anyway it's true".
"Seb wants to keep the workload just as high in the team as it has been," said the...
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