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Red Bull must keep limiting damage Vettel

Sebastian Vettel is delighted with the progress Red Bull has made in the first two races of the season but says the team needs to keep limiting the damage to Mercedes.Lewis Hamilton took a dominant victory in the Malaysian Grand Prix, winning by over 17 seconds from team-mate Nico Rosberg. Vettel ended the race a distant third but was pleased to be on the podium, pointing out after the race that Red Bull didn't even expect to be able to finish some of the opening grands prix. “We need to make big steps because they are quite far ahead but I'm quite happy with the steps we're currently making,” Vettel said. “It's the first race distance I've done this year, since Brazil, it's the...
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