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Dennis criticises Vettel for noise comments

– McLaren chief Ron Dennis has criticised Sebastian Vettel for his recent, controversial comments about the current state of Formula 1, arguing that the Red Bull driver overlooked his duties as a World Champion. After the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, from which Vettel retired as a result of technical problems, the German described the sound of the sport's new power units as "s**t", and said a key element had been lost. FIA President Jean Todt sent a personal letter to Vettel to warn him about his use of foul language ahead of the Bahrain event, with the pair planning a meeting over the weekend to discuss the situation face to face. Having been made aware of what...
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