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Vettel admits he's a hypocrite in surprising reply to Canadian politician

Sebastian Vettel has given his reply to Alberta energy minister Sonya Savage’s criticism of him after he spoke out against the region’s Tar Sands extraction. The four-time world champion continued his activism last weekend in Canada when he rocked up wearing a t-shirt criticising the country’s use of Tar Sands, which poses an environmental issue. Savage savagely sullied Sebastian’s salvage attempt of the world’s ecosystems by accusing him of “hypocrisy” for associating himself with the Aston Martin team that has Aramco – a Saudi Arabian oil firm – as one of its title sponsors. READ: Alpine admit they’re still baffled by Fernando Alonso The 34-year-old is...
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