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Red Bull: We are pleased with FIA’s statement, but not surprised

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Following the FIA’s statement, the Champions Red Bull Racing says that they are pleased with positive report and extremely proud of Vettel’s astonishing success and his third significant F1 title.

Also Ferrari published a statement on their website that they are considers the controversy closed following receiving a reaction from the FIA.

The champions Red Bull released a statement on Friday: “We are pleased, but not surprised, that the FIA has confirmed there is no case to answer regarding the 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix.

“We are extremely proud of Sebastian’s incredible achievement and his third historic title, which makes him the youngest ever triple world champion.”

The FIA also released a statement confirming it had been asked for a clarification from Ferrari and that it explained to the team why the passing move was entirely legal.

“The FIA received a letter from Scuderia Ferrari, seeking clarification on Sebastian Vettel’s overtaking maneuver in Sao Paulo on Sunday.” Governing body published a statement on their official website.

FIA added “In the spirit of transparency and goodwill, the FIA wishes to make public the receipt of this letter.”

“The Federation also informs it has replied to Scuderia Ferrari, in the same constructive spirit, stating that as the overtaking maneuver was not in breach of the regulations, and therefore there was no infringement to investigate, it was not reported to the Stewards by Race Control.”


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