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Vettel not giving up on 2018 title

Sep.19 According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the highly influential Italian sports daily, Sebastian Vettel said "Ciao Mondiali" to his hopes in Singapore. It means goodbye to the world championship, but neither the German driver, his Ferrari boss, or his former chief at Red Bull agree that it's quite over yet. Vettel fell a full 40 points behind Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton in Singapore, but Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene said that with six races still to go, the Maranello team won't give up. "Nothing is lost," he insisted. "We'll be calm and determined for the last races and fight to the end." Christian Horner, Vettel's former boss at Red Bull where he won all...
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