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Vettel recalls Lauda letter after F1 legend's passing

Sebastian Vettel has explained his decision to send a letter to Niki Lauda as the Austrian recovered from a lung transplant, saying Lauda's push for safety in Formula 1 leaves him in eternal gratitude after the 70-year-old's passing this week. Lauda said the hand-written letter was a "great pleasure… full of fine words" as he had been hospitalised last year. Article continues under video Having suffered further complications recently, Lauda passed away this week, with many tributes planned for the Monaco Grand Prix. Asked about his decision to send Lauda the letter, Vettel said: "Obviously I heard he's not doing well, and he's not doing well for a while, and he wasn't in...
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