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2016-11-12 16:31

NOT HAPPY: Ferrari has noted their intention to appeal the stewards decision to reject his review of the penalty he gained in Mexico.Image: AP / Manu Fernandez

Sao Paulo - Ferrari has given notification of the team's intention to appeal following a decision by the stewards at the Mexican Grand Prix not to review a penalty given to Sebastian Vettel.

The stewards reached their decision late Friday (Nov 11) after a teleconference.

The four-time world champion was given a ten-seconds penalty that relegated him from third to fifth in the final result after he had, at first, taken a place in the podium celebrations.

Ferrari said they had new evidence to present to the stewards, but after hearing the team's representations, the request for a review was rejected.

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