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In 2013 the world got tired of Vettel's one finger salute and turned off the telly

In 2013 the world got tired of Vettel's one finger salute and turned off the telly 4 February, 2014 Sebastian Vettel celebrates victory in Abu Dhabi last year Formula 1 superstar Sebastian Vettel's coasting to a fourth successive world drivers title last year had an adverse effect on global TV audiences, as the 26-year-old Red Bull driver won 13 of the 19 races in easing to the title. However, it wasn't to television spectators liking as the total slumped from 500 million in 2012 – when Vettel and Ferrari's Fernando Alonso battled it out to the final race – to 450 million according to Global Media Report which was published by Formula One Management, who hold the commercial rights to...
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