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Horner defends Vettel in swearing row

Christian Horner has leapt to the defence of Sebastian Vettel as the fall-out following his comments on the 2014 engine sound take a sinister twist.Following the German's claim that he feels the new engines sound like 's**t', and totally uninspiring compared to the sounds of F1 when he was a child, there has been talk in the paddock of the world champion facing a possible charge of bringing the sport into disrepute.Though the FIA strongly denies any such move, some sections of the media claim that Jean Todt is unhappy with the language used by the German and is preparing to give him a 'talking to'.Bad language raised its head last year when Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen were both censured...
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