“I don’t know. You need to ask him.” AFP / ANDREJ ISAKOVIC
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MONZA, Italy: Sebastian Vettel isn't biting.Hamilton later tried to distance himself from sounding suspicious, or suggesting Ferrari infringed the rules in any way.Hamilton finished 12 seconds behind Vettel last week in second place, although that margin was made larger by the fact the Mercedes driver eased up in the closing laps because he knew he could not catch his rival and was saving the engine for races ahead.Both Hamilton and Vettel are chasing a fifth world title this year.Vettel has finished on the podium in Monza three times since moving to Ferrari, finishing runner-up to Hamilton in 2015 before two straight third-place finishes.Vettel became Formula One's then-youngest race winner when he won in Monza in 2008 with Toro Rosso – and a Ferrari engine.
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