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Lauda slams Vettel for screaming like child

Niki Lauda has slammed Sebastian Vettel for "screaming like a child" during the British grand prix. The Mercedes team chairman said he enjoyed every moment of the on-track battle for mere points placings between champions Vettel and Fernando Alonso. But, throughout, the pair complained loudly and repeatedly to their pit crews about 'track limits' -- arguing that their respective tactics were contrary to the rules of battle. Lauda, a triple world champion and F1 legend, could not hide his disdain. "I do not understand Vettel and his screaming like a small, startled child," he is quoted by the German newspaper Bild. "This was two top drivers and top racing, which is...
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