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Gerhard Berger: Sebastian Vettel put himself in the wrong position

Gerhard Berger insists Sebastian Vettel was wrong to ask Ferrari to let him through. During the Chinese Grand Prix, Ferrari ordered Charles Leclerc to let his teammate through after the German asked, but Vettel failed to use the advantage.
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