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Hamilton 'clarifies' comment on Vettel

The Briton 'apologize' for the suggestions he made after the German won his eight GP of the year in Korea.
Tuesday, October 8, 2013

TOKYO, Oct 08, 2013 (AFP) - Britain's Lewis Hamilton Tuesday rowed back on his suggestion that Sebastien Vettel's Formula One dominance was a turn-off
for fans, hailing the German as a "true champion".

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Hamilton said he wanted to "clarify" his comments from Sunday's Korean Grand Prix, and sent a series of laudatory tweets about the soon-to-be four-time world title-winner.

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"Read some of the stories/reports of my comments on Seb. Feel the need to clarify my thoughts. Seb is great champion!!" tweeted Hamilton.

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In Korea, Hamilton said Vettel's hold on the sport reminded him of the days of Michael Schumacher, who won seven world titles.

"I feel for the fans because I remember the period of time when Michael Schumacher was winning," the 2008 world champion was quoted as saying.

"I remember waking up in the morning to watch the start of the race and then going to sleep, and then waking up when it ended because I already knew what would happen. I am pretty sure a lot of people were doing that, at least in my family."

Vettel has won the last four races -- and eight out of 14 this season -- to put one hand on his fourth successive world title, which he can claim at Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix.

His remarkable winning streak has not been to everyone's liking, with the 26-year-old booed repeatedly on the podiums by disgruntled spectators.

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