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Vettel – 'My heartbeat was rising very quickly in Q1″

It was a close finish to the delayed qualifying session in Malaysia as Red Bull Racing driver Sebastian Vettel lost out on pole position by just 0.055 seconds to Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton. Vettel almost lost out all together during Q1 when he was forced back to the pits shortly after heading out on track. 'My heartbeat was rising very quickly in Q1 when we realised there was an issue' said the German. Thankfully for the defending world champion the team managed to fix the battery issue with the age-old solution of switching the systems off and performing a restart. 'It was good to go out and get another feel for the car in the wet conditions. Q3 was not perfect' he admitted; 'I would...
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