Sebastian Vettel: F1’s rules-for-everything culture led to Canada penalty, says GPDA boss

Formula 1 is at fault for creating a culture in which Sebastian Vettel was penalised in Canada, Grand Prix Drivers’ Association chairman Alexander Wurz says.
Wurz said stewards acted consistently in penalising Vettel, a decision that cost the Ferrari driver victory.
The Austrian – a former Benetton, McLaren and Williams F1 driver and two-time Le Mans winner – said he did not believe Vettel’s actions should have incurred a penalty but praised the stewards for acting based on precedent.
Wurz said that, applying the rules to the letter, he believed it was “50-50” as to whether Vettel had committed an offence.

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