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Vettel overtook Toro Rosso under the yellow flag at Brazilian GP



FIA will investigate Vettel championship results with video evidence?, after the few days the season finale with dramatic race at Brazil, Fernando Alonso finished the season with 278 points, just three points shy of Sebastian Vettel, who took a historic third drivers championship.

But there is still some discussion growing up about that the champion Vettel made an illegal overtakes during the wet Brazilian GP. The video footage show that the two passes Sebastian Vettel is charged of making under yellow flag in Interlagos.

The first one Vettel overtake on Kobayashi under the yellow flags condition. But that wasn’t the case following the FIA clarified that the warnings were in actuality ‘slippery surface’ flags.

A second overtake showed that the German overtook the Toro Rosso of Jean-Eric Vergne under yellow flags condition. see the video below added

So the second overtook become an illegal, the champion must be punished, the consequences of punishment that, he receive a 20-second post-race penalty, the results come-out the German demoted from sixth to eighth place, Alonso would have won the championship by a point.

Few media reports that – “The yellow flag, [there’s] not any news,” the Spaniard told reporters after the podium ceremony.

Alonso said race winner Jenson Button had told him about the possibility that Vettel had passed illegally.

“There was some kind of hope when he told me there is some yellow flag problem but then I think it was not true,” the Spaniard admitted.

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