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Sebastian Vettel Defends Himself After Being Accused Of ‘Hypocrisy’

Aston Martin F1 driver Sebastian Vettel has defended himself for calling for more action against climate change after some critics accused him of hypocrisy. The four-time World Champion recently revealed that he plans to vote green in elections, prompting criticism from some who suggested it is hypocritical for him to campaign against climate change as Formula 1 is far from eco-friendly. READ: ‘Mercedes Are In Control Of My Destiny’: Russell Waiting To Be Rewarded By Silver Arrows Responding to this, a defiant Vettel said he will continue to try to “inspire” people to take action and said that having children has made him more concerned about the environment and making the earth a...
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