Lewis Hamilton has sought to clarify his apparent criticism of Sebastian Vettel's current domination of F1, describing the Red Bull driver as a "great champion" who is "doing the perfect job."Hamilton generated a welter of headlines after Sunday's Korean GP, in which Vettel claimed his fourth successive victory to all-but wrap up a fourth consecutive title, by drawing an unflattering comparison between the German's relentless run of success and Michael Schumacher's soporific decade of dominance.
"I feel for the fans because I remember the period of time when Michael Schumacher was winning," said Hamilton.
"I remember waking up in the morning to watch the...
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