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Bernie Ecclestone fires shot at Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton while praising Max Verstappen

Former F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has fired a shot at Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel while praising reigning world champion Max Verstappen. The Dutchman secured his second consecutive world title at the 2022 Japanese Grand Prix, after dominating the competition last season. On his way to championship glory, Verstappen also broke the record for the most wins ever scored in a reason, as he finished P1 at 15 grand prix in 2022. Ecclestone has praised the Red Bull ace for being focused just on racing, whereas other drivers – particularly Vettel and Hamilton – have increasingly been using their platforms to push for positive social and environmental change. READ: Pierre Gasly warns...
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