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Horner defends Vettel over swearing

– Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has defended Sebastian Vettel after the reigning quadruple World Champion used a swear word to describe the sound of Formula 1's new turbocharged V6 engines. Vettel, who watched from the pit wall after retiring in Australia, described the current noise level as "s**t" ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix weekend, arguing that the sport had lost a key element through the changes. The FIA has been stricter on the use of swear words following the 2012 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix podium ceremony, with Vettel and Kimi Räikkönen's remarks prompting President Jean Todt to write to and warn all drivers. But of Vettel's latest controversial comments,...
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