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    Sebastian Vettel has tantrum after being beaten in controversial fashion at Canadian F1 grand prix

    Sebastian Vettel has had one of the great dummy spits after being beaten to victory in controversial fashion at the Canadian Formula 1 grand prix


    The Ferrari driver crossed the finish line first but was handed a five-second penalty for a dangerous re-entry after running off the track.

    That meant Lewis Hamilton, who he'd cut in front of, was the winner.

    Vettel launched into a tirade on the team radio, then didn't park his car in the usual podium spots post-race.

    He then did a disappearing act before being found so he could express his frustration.

    He says they were able to stay ahead but it wasn't enough and they should ask the people what they think.

    MOTORSPORT WITH CRC FIVE FIVE SIX. THE PROFESSIONALS' CHOICE FOR SIXTY YEARS.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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