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Vettel sees ‘a lot of progress ahead’ for Red Bull

Sebastian Vettel says there is “a lot of progress ahead” for Red Bull but doesn't expect to challenge Mercedes in the Bahrain Grand Prix.Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg were the fastest two drivers in both Friday practice sessions in Bahrain, with Hamilton over a second clear of the rest of the field in FP2. While Vettel said the Mercedes pace was expected he also believes Friday showed Red Bull has plenty more room for improvement.“They're very quick,” Vettel said. “It's not a surprise, they've been very quick in testing here. I think also other teams look very strong like McLaren, Williams; that's at first glance. For us today was mostly about ourselves – like the last couple...
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