Sebastian Vettel insists he is not taking the recent booing personally.
At Spa, Monza and most recently Singapore, and also in Britain for June's British grand prix, the reigning world champion was the obvious target of the spectators' verbal disapproval.
But the Red Bull driver told Germany's Sport Bild he is not taking it personally.
"If the sport is your passion and you have a favourite driver, it's obvious you support them," German Vettel, 26, said.
"So that means you're against his opponents. I can live with that," he insisted.
However, Vettel's boss Christian Horner hinted after Singapore that the booing is in fact getting to the runaway championship leader, who is...
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