Vettel


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Vettel

(German ˈfɛtəl)
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(Biography) Sebastian (zeˈbastjan). born 1987, German motor racing driver: won four consecutive Formula One world championships (2010–2013)
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Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel was red with rage at being stripped of a much-needed win at the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday.
Pressure had been building on Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel to get to the chequered flag first if only to break the stranglehold that Mercedes has had on the 2019 Championship.That he did in Montreal, Canada at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve but it still wasn't enough for him to claim victory.
Lewis Hamilton was crowned the winner of a remarkable Canadian Grand Prix after sebastian Vettel's victory was chalked off following a five-second penalty.
Vettel took the chequered flag at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve but was demoted to runner-up following a penalty for a near-collision with Hamilton on lap 48.
SPORTS SHORTS LEWIS Hamilton was crowned the winner of a remarkable Canadian Grand Prix after Sebastian Vettel was hit with a five-second penalty.
Hamilton was within half-asecond of the Ferrari car, and as Vettel rejoined the track at the ensuing corner, Hamilton, pushed up against the concrete wall, was forced to slam on the brakes to avoid a coming together.
Vettel took the chequered flag at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, but was sensationally demoted to runner-up after he was controversially penalised for a near-collision with Hamilton on lap 48.
But Vettel had been given a five-second time penalty for an incident which happened with a little more than 20 laps to go.
Hamilton crossed the line 1.3 seconds behind Vettel to ensure he would take the fifth win of his championship defence and extend his title lead to 29 points after Valtteri Bottas finished fourth.
Hamilton crossed the line 1.3 seconds behind Vettel to ensure he would take the fifth win of his championship defence, and extend his standings lead to 29 points after Valtteri Bottas finished fourth.
Lewis Hamilton won the Canadian Grand Prix for Mercedes in controversial fashion on Sunday after Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel crossed the finish line first but was handed a five-second penalty.
DPA Berlin Five is the hopefully lucky number for Sebastian Vettel. In his fifth year at Ferrari, he will be behind the wheel of car number 5 seeking to become Formula One world champion for a fifth time.