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Sebastian Vettel 'fully deserved' Canada penalty claims Nico Rosberg

Nico Rosberg has bucked the trend and come out in support of the stewards decision to penalise Sebastian Vettel, calling it 'fully deserved'. The 2016 World Champion, who is a former Mercedes team-mate of Lewis Hamilton, took to YouTube to explain why he believes it was the correct decision and called out the Ferrari driver for making another mistake under pressure, something which plagued Vettel's 2018 season. 'Please let me explain to you, from the outside it doesn't look that hard, but I promise you – and I've been there many times – when Lewis is stuck on your gearbox for one and a half hours, it is one of the most extreme situations to be in because you...
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