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Vettel has contract until 2017 according to Lauda

Sebastian Vettel may have quietly added another two years to his existing Red Bull contract. Last year, whilst already tied to the Austrian squad for 2014, it was announced that the German had extended his deal to also include the 2015 season. "Hopefully the relationship will go beyond 2015, which is already some way into the future," team boss Christian Horner said at the time. Now, despite the depth of Red Bull's early-2014 technical crisis, it appears that 26-year-old Vettel may indeed have stretched his tenure with the Milton Keynes based team even further. The news emerged as Austrians Dr Helmut Marko, the Red Bull director, and Mercedes' Niki Lauda light-heartedly discussed...
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