How F1 boxed itself into Canada penalty own goal

How F1 boxed itself into Canada penalty own goal

Few agreed with the penalty that cost Sebastian Vettel Canadian Grand Prix victory. By the letter of Formula 1 law, it was justified - but that only served to show how inflexible regulations are damaging the championship

When the crowd boos the podium presentation, it's never a good day for Formula 1.

This wasn't the way Lewis Hamilton wanted to win, and it certainly wasn't the way the furious Sebastian Vettel was willing to lose.

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