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Norris thankful for key lessons learned from Vettel

Lando Norris feels lucky to have been able to race against the likes of Sebastian Vettel in his career, but the McLaren driver is also grateful for what he's learned off the track from the four-time F1 World Champion. Vettel signed off from F1 in Abu Dhabi last month after a prolific fifteen-year career at the pinnacle of motorsport. The German driver's remarkable legacy is defined as much by his sporting triumphs as by his unwavering off-track campaigning for greater awareness for issues such as climate change, diversity and racism. Norris himself has spoken out on the theme of his personal mental struggles, but the Briton is now much more aware of the importance of talking about...
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