The Formula One champion accused Vettel of “brake-testing” while leading behind the safety car. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili
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Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has accused Ferrari title rival Sebastian Vettel of failing to play by the rules when leading behind the safety car in Sunday's chaotic Azerbaijan Grand Prix.Hamilton, who won in Baku and now leads Vettel by four points after four races, was on the receiving end of a famous "road rage" incident in Azerbaijan last year when the roles were reversed.Then, the Briton was leading the German while the safety car was deployed and was accused of "brake testing," with the two colliding and the Ferrari driver angrily pulling alongside to bang wheels. Vettel later apologized for his behavior.Vettel was leading from pole position at the first restart, with Hamilton's teammate Valtteri Bottas at the head of the field for the second with the Ferrari behind and Hamilton third.
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