Sebastian Vettel has admitted that there is no quick fix to Red Bull's reliability problems, but he believes the team now understands the issues with the new RB10.
The four-time champion managed to complete just 14 laps at the wheel of the Milton Keynes-based outfit's 2014 machine, after suffering a new mechanical problem that is unrelated to the gremlins from the first test in Jerez.
'Obviously we’re not happy with where we are now and we have a long way ahead of us,' he said. 'The first gut feeling from the car is OK, but we need more running,” he said. “It’s not easy to find a quick fix, but I think we understand the problems.
'We sorted out the issues from Jerez and we were...
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