Italians slam Vettel for flyover controversy

Italian officials have slammed quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel for criticising an aircraft flyover ahead of Sunday’s Italian GP. “I heard that the president of Italy insisted on the flyover,” former Ferrari driver Vettel said. Giuseppe Radaelli, the president of Monza circuit operator Sias, responded to Vettel’s stance. “I’m sorry that a former world champion, who also won his first grand prix in Monza, created a controversy as useless as this,” he said. “All he has to do now is apologise to President Mattarella and all Italians. I was taught that the president is respected, especially if you are a guest in a foreign country.”.

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