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JV: Ricciardo's driving was dirty, not Vettel's

If anything in Montreal deserved a penalty it was Daniel Ricciardo's block on Valtteri Bottas, that's according to 1997 World Champion Jacques Villeneuve. Formula 1 courted controversy at the Canadian Grand Prix when the stewards hit Sebastian Vettel with a five-second time penalty that cost him the win. The Ferrari driver was penalised for an unsafe return to the track after cutting the grass at Turn 4 and returning to the track directly in front of Lewis Hamilton, forcing him close to the wall. That though, JV says, wasn't dirty. What he feels the stewards should have looked at was Ricciardo defensive moves as the Renault driver tried to keep Bottas behind him early in the race....
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