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Vettel disappointed to welcome Leclerc and say goodbye to 'friend' Raikkonen

Sebastian Vettel says that whilst he will welcome Charles Leclerc to the Ferrari team, he is disappointed to be saying goodbye to long-term friend and current teammate Kimi Raikkonen. The Finn is set to be replaced at the end of the 2018 season by Sauber driver and Ferrari junior driver Leclerc. Speaking to Autosport, Vettel admitted that he would miss Raikkonen's 'zero bull***' attitude that garnered the Finn so many F1 fans around the world. "Obviously one thing you can express in numbers and results and so on, but I think that's not the most important thing. "I think the most important thing if you are team-mates is the respect that you have for each other, or the degree of...
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