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Canadian Minister criticises 'hypocrite' Vettel over t-shirt

Article To news overview © XPB A Canadian politician has accused Sebastian Vettel of hypocrisy, after the German wore a t-shirt denouncing the extraction of oil in the Canadian state of Alberta. Alberta's Energy Minister Sonya Savage took to Twitter to criticise Vettel, after the four-time World Champion arrived at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve for this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix wearing a t-shirt bearing the words "Stop Mining Tar Sands" and "Canada's Climate Crime". Savage took issue with Vettel's message, claiming that Aston Martin's title sponsor Aramco is the world's biggest producer of oil. "I have seen a lot of hypocrisy over the years, but this one...
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