MONTREAL, Quebec – Looking to quell fan outrage at the conclusion of the Canadian Grand Prix, the FIA made it known they were sorry for enforcing a rule about going off track and gaining an advantage. “We want to tell fans how upset we are about enforcing a rule about going off the track and gaining an advantage,” said Timothy Fergo, who is one of three race stewards looking to screw Ferrari by not letting their drivers cheat. “When Vettel went off track then cut back in front of Hamilton, we were sickened about giving Vettel a penalty that he obviously deserved and has precedent.” 

Vettel, for his part, said he still had a chance to win the championship while the crowd laughed.

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