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Vettel: RB10 pace 'better than expected'

Sebastian Vettel says the pace of the Red Bull RB10 was 'better than expected' at the first race of the 2014 season but admits that there is still plenty of work to do. The German driver retired on the fourth lap of the Australian Grand Prix after suffering a problem with his Renault power-unit. Despite Red Bull Racing coming away from the race without any points – following team-mate Daniel Ricciardo's exclusion from second place – he is pleased with the position that the team is currently in as the sport heads to Malaysia for the second round of the championship. Ricciardo qualified in second place and showed strong race pace at the Albert Park Circuit. It was quite a...
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