Formula One: Racing great Stirling Moss condemns booing of Sebastian Vettel
LONDON (AFP) - British Grand Prix great Stirling Moss has condemned the booing of reigning Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel that has accompanied the German's victories.
Three-times world champion Vettel is on course for a fourth F1 title but the frequency of his victories has become boring for some Grand Prix fans.
But the 84-year-old Moss, widely regarded as the greatest driver never to win the world title, said Vettel was a racer of the highest-class who deserved far more respect.
"It's disgraceful," Moss told Thursday's Daily Telegraph.