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Vettel branded a hypocrite over Saudi Aramco links after accusing Canada of ‘crime'

Alberta energy minister Sonya Savage has told Aston Martin’s Sebastian Vettel that he is a hypocrite for questioning the mining of Tar Sands in the region of Canada. Vettel has long used his position within F1 to campaign for causes such as equality, social justice, and environmental awareness. The four-time world champion worked with children in Austria last year to create a hotel for bees, and spent the afternoon after the British Grand Prix helping to collect litter in the grandstands. READ: ‘It’s kind of a draw now’: Marko on Red Bull and Ferrari’s reliability issues In Miami this year, he wore a t-shirt warning that the city would be underwater by 2060 if attitudes towards...
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