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Aston Martin boss praises Vettel for following team orders as Stroll was ‘released'

Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack praised a fine team effort from the British side after Lance Stroll took a point from his home Canadian Grand Prix. Both Aston Martins started the race in the bottom five after a confusingly poor qualifying session having looked strong during practice, and it looked as though it may be another frustrating day with no points on offer. They were given a lifeline late on when AlphaTauri’s Yuki Tsunoda found the wall and brought out the Safety Car, and Stroll has just recently pitted for fresh tyres. That stop had put him just behind Vettel, who was on significantly older rubber having made his final stop on lap 19, so the German stepped aside and let...
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