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Aston Martin requests review of Vettel’s Hungary disqualification

Aston Martin has officially submitted a request to the FIA to review Sebastian Vettel’s Hungarian Grand Prix disqualification after uncovering “significant new evidence”. Vettel finished second on the road behind Alpine’s Esteban Ocon at the Hungaroring, but later had his podium finish stripped away. A fuel sample of 1.0 litres was unable to be taken […]
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