Ferrari Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany during the Hungarian F1 Grand Prix at the Hungaroring circuit, near Budapest, Hungary July 26, 2015. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
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Revenge may be a dish best served cold, but hot and spicy is tastier for Ferrari Formula One team principal Maurizio Arrivabene.Sebastian Vettel's stirring victory in Hungary, the land of paprika, Sunday gave Arrivabene the chance he had been waiting for.Ferrari was not going to let a barb like that slip by unpunished and Arrivabene tucked in with glee Sunday afternoon.Sunday's crazy race was Vettel's second win of the season, after Malaysia, and the German dedicated it to former Ferrari test driver Jules Bianchi, the Frenchman whose funeral he attended last week.Success is now assured and Arrivabene could not resist another dig.
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