Gone were the tedious and rude boos from anti-Vettel hecklers during the podium presentations and an eagerly-anticipated weekend ended on a fitting high for those in attendance and watching on their television sets alike. Yes, you can down the "rules are rules" and the same applies for everyone route, but surely some form of common sense must come into play regarding extenuating circumstances. Whilst the FIA certainly had a case there on the grounds of the drivers causing a potentially hazardous situation—CCTV footage shows just how close the pair were to getting hit—there seems to be little justification for throwing the book at Vettel on Sunday. But hopefully that won't happen. I would think he will probably get his knuckles rapped for it. The team failed to instruct the driver sufficiently to return directly to post race parc ferme. Verstappen to replace Hamilton? I would be disappointed if he did [get punished] because to win a world championship and to show a bit of exuberance in front of a crowd like that, it is great for Formula 1. For me, at least, it appeared to be a patronising schoolboy telling off.
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