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Vettel on Schumacher Jnr: 'We must let Mick do his thing'

Sebastian Vettel says no one should put pressure on Mick Schumacher, urging the motorsport world to let the young Ferrari-supported driver "do his own thing". Vettel was paired with the 19-year-old charger in Saturday's Race of Champions Nations Cup in Mexico City, the Team Germany duo winning the trophy for their country. On Sunday, Vettel found himself on the receiving end of Schumacher's burgeoning talent, finding himself outpaced and knocked out by the youngster in an individual group confrontation around the Foro Sol stadium's purpose-built track. Binotto: 'Welcoming Mick to Ferrari a special emotional meaning' It was all good fun however, and Vettel - a multiple winner of...
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