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Vettel thought Ferrari team orders were ‘fair'

Sebastian Vettel has defended the use of team orders from Ferrari which wrecked the race for his team-mate Charles Leclerc. The youngster passed his more experienced team-mate at the start but soon came under pressure from Vettel as the Mercedes pulled away ahead. Ferrari ordered Leclerc to allow Vettel through, and despite obeying the orders, the four-time World Champion suffered a scruffy first stint and was unable to take advantage of the clean air. The team would leave Leclerc out for several laps after his team-mate had pitted, causing him to drop to P5, where he would stay despite their efforts to give him fresh tyres in his final stint for an attack on Max Verstappen. Vettel though...
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