A hearing called by the Montreal race stewards, held between practice sessions at the French Grand Prix, rejected the Italian team's claims that they had convincing new evidence.
"Nonetheless the battle within us, it feels in a lot of races it has been down to a tenth or a tenth-and-a-half between Valtteri and I so I still have my work cut out and still have to perform and deliver". Obviously, now, it's disappointing that it doesn't go any further, but that's it.
"Let us do what we want".
"Coming from the last race it is not always easy, like when you hear boos for example, but that is part of the game and if anything it spurs me on".
"We have auto parks with lines and kerbs on it".
"The wind changed direction and there was a couple of corners my line didn't work and I had to work it out but Lewis had a better lap", said the Finn.
"Naturally for me with my team I would be having them focus mostly on trying to improve the vehicle".
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Vettel lost his victory at the Canadian Grand Prix after being hit with a five-second time penalty when it was deemed he rejoined the circuit unsafely ahead of Lewis Hamilton during their fight for the lead.
Because Verstappen was forced wide after taking avoiding action, it could be argued that Hamilton did not come back on track in a safe manner.
Ferrari initially lodged notice that they would appeal the stewards' decision in Montreal, but withdrew it.
The International Sporting Code of the sport's ruling body, the International Motoring Federation (FIA), gives competitors an option for a post-event review of decisions, if new evidence is put forward.
"I'm pretty happy today with my own performance", he said, after out-qualifying Vettel for the first time since his pole in Bahrain. "The problem is we are hurt with these things".
"Did he cross the white line?" At least I know I'm not in trouble again.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto said: "There's no doubt everyone at Ferrari is unhappy and disappointed, not only for the team but also for the fans and for our sport".