Despite thrashing the field by over half a second in second practice at Monza, Sebastian Vettel has warned that the Red Bull can still go even quicker over the weekend.Picking up where he left off in Belgium, the World Champion appeared to be in a class of his own during Practice Two as he laid down a lap of 1:24.453 to leave the chasing pack trailing in his wake. Nevertheless, Vettel is convinced that the full speed of the RB9 has yet to be extracted.
"We will have to work, we have two or three things we have to find a step in. Even though the car was great, there were still two or three corners where the car was sliding," championship leader Vettel told Sky Sports F1.
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