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Vettel explains baffled team radio as Aston Martin upgrades flop

Article To news overview © XPB Sebastian Vettel was expecting to be told he was "around 10th" when he responded to news he would be starting the Spanish Grand Prix all the way back in 16th by asking "are you kidding?" over the radio. Aston Martin arrived at the Spanish Grand Prix weekend sporting big yet controversial upgrades, with their new car looking similar to that of the race-winning Red Bull RB18. The FIA have concluded that there was no wrongdoing on behalf of Aston Martin, with Vettel joining his team in telling reporters that the new car concept was in the pipeline before pre-season testing had even begun. But despite the optimism generated by their design...
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