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Don’t write Vettel off just yet, says Mercedes chief

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has come out in the defence of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and expects the four-time Formula 1 world champion to fight back after an error-strewn Italian Grand Prix. Vettel endured the frustration of missing out in qualifying at Monza during the Q3 farce, meaning he started down in fourth place with Ferrari team-mate Charles Leclerc on pole position, before spinning off in the opening laps and hitting Racing Point’s Lance Stroll. The errors landed him a 10-second stop and go penalty which effectively ended his hopes at Ferrari’s home race, finishing a lowly 13th place one lap down on the leaders, as Leclerc fended off the Mercedes duo of Lewis...
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