F1: Ferrari ‘will not appeal’ Sebastian Vettel’s Canadian GP penalty

June 13, 2019

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel and Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton on the podium in Canada

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Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton on the podium in Canada

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Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton on the podium in Canada

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Thursday, June 13, 2019 – 10:49am

Seb penalty will not be challenged

It is reported that Ferrari have decided not to appeal against Sebastian Vettel’s five-second penalty from last weekend’s Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix.

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Vettel won the race in Montreal but on lap 48 the Ferrari driver was given the five-second penalty for almost colliding with Mercedes’s Lewis Hamilton.

According to the race stewards’ report of the incident Vettel’s car “left the track, re-joined unsafely and forced another car off track”.

World champion Hamilton went on to claim victory in Canada ahead of Vettel and extended his lead at the top …read more

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