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2018-06-26 08:45

The Italian press has lashed out at Sebastian Vettel for his "amateur error" in the French grand prix.

The Ferrari driver had a one point lead heading into the Paul Ricard race, but Vettel admitted he was to blame for a crash with Valtteri Bottas that means he left France with a 14-point deficit to Lewis Hamilton.

Vettel's 'amateur error'

"Vettel committed an amateur error and this time the consequences are serious. Despite its excellent car, for Ferrari it is once again a wasted opportunity.

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Vettel makes mistakes that he cannot afford if he wants to win another world title," wrote La Gazzetta dello Sport.

"It was a great catch up drive, but also ten wasted points because of too much impulsiveness," according to La Stampa reads.

'I will not respond to that'

Max Verstappen even poked fun at Vettel by suggesting the media should call for the German to "change his style" after what happened in France.

"I will not respond to that. I'm too old for that nonsense," Vettel said.

But former Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso agrees that Vettel might want to think again about how he goes about trying to win the 2018 title.

"In the first lap and playing for the world championship, he ran quite a risk. It worked out ok for him but in the future it will not go so well," he said.

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