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Sebastian Vettel told to ‘be quiet’ as Mattia Binotto warned Ferrari could fire him

Former Formula 1 driver Hans-Joachim Stuck is not impressed by Sebastian Vettel’s activism, telling his compatriot that he should stick to his day job. In recent years, Vettel has pushed for ecological awareness, social justice and equality, transcending his position as an F1 driver and a four-time world champion. The 35-year-old has been involved in multiple causes, including building a bee hotel in Austria last year, protesting Hungary’s anti-LGBT laws, and holding an all-women karting event in Saudi Arabia. Vettel is doing a lot to help with causes greater than the pinnacle of motorsport, and he has not been doing too badly on track either, managing four points finishes in an...
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