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Wolff on Vettel penalty: I'm up for changing F1 regulations

Toto Wolff has admitted that he would be in favour of changing Formula 1 regulations to make the sport a bit more “dangerous and exciting” following the Canadian Grand Prix which saw Lewis Hamilton take the flag only thanks to P1 finisher Sebastian Vettel being given a five-second penalty. At Turn 4, Vettel strayed off the track and hastily tried to get back on, which put him right into the path of Hamilton, who was attempting to overtake. Article continues under video The German was subsequently given the penalty which would affect his time after the race, meaning he crossed the finish line first, only to be second on the podium. The decision by the stewards has catalysed huge...
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