Sebastian Vettel of Germany and Ferrari celebrates finishing in third place on the podium during the Formula One Grand Prix of Mexico at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez on October 30, 2016 in Mexico City, Mexico. Clive Mason/Getty Images/AFP
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Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel has escaped sanction after apologizing to Formula One race director Charlie Whiting and the sport's governing body for Sunday's expletive-laden Mexican Grand Prix rant.Vettel could have faced anything from a reprimand to a race suspension if the body had decided to take disciplinary action.In a farcical conclusion, Vettel was promoted to third after the race and appeared on the podium before being demoted back to fifth for an illegal defensive move of his own against Verstappen's teammate Daniel Ricciardo.Vettel is enduring a tough time at Ferrari, failing to win a race so far this season with only two of 21 rounds remaining.
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