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Vettel: I'm sure Max will calm down

Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen had a cracking battle for third place before the first pit stops and, in the aftermath of a dramatic British Grand Prix, the Ferrari driver believes that the Red Bull teenager needs to calm down. Vettel, who finished seventh after a late puncture cost him a certain fourth place. After the race Vettel spoke to reporters about their intense battle, It's not right to say I expected it, but we know he is a bit jumpy on that.' 'He is trying to defend as hard as possible, but at some point you need to stick to your line. I'm sure he will calm down, it's still not that many races he has done.' With Vettel attacking relentlessly and Verstappen defending...
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