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There were doubts about whether Sebastian Vettel could once again be a leading force in Formula 1. But by ignoring a team order in the Russian Grand Prix he showed he may be able to dig deep and return to the fore
All world champions are ruthless.
This characteristic manifests itself in many different ways - be it in a willingness to get involved in on-track scrapes, a callous lack of regard for rivals, the single-minded focus on their own ends to the exclusion of all others, or any of the myriad ways things that can get edgy in a race.
But all 33 Formula 1 world champions, to a greater or lesser extent, have this in their blood.
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