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Sebastian Vettel Q&A: We've made a step forward from Melbourne

Sebastian Vettel’s title defence got off to the worst possible start two weeks ago in Australia with an early race retirement. But things were looking much more promising after the first day of running in Malaysia with the Red Bull driver much closer to the front running pace. On Friday evening Vettel spoke about his Melbourne frustrations and his hopes for this weekend in Sepang…Q: Sebastian, let’s go back to the Melbourne weekend: how much frustration was there - and how fast did it vanish?Sebastian Vettel: Of course there is always a certain level of frustration when things don’t go the way you want them to. Saturday was already a bit unpleasant - but there was...
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