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Sebastian Vettel Q&A: Top-five China finish would be good

Reigning world champion Sebastian Vettel has had a tough start to his title defence - three rounds into the 2014 season, just one podium finish, a new team mate pushing him hard, and little sign of Red Bull challenging for victories. Talking to the media in Shanghai ahead of this weekend’s 2014 Formula 1 UBS Chinese Grand Prix, Vettel spoke about Daniel Ricciardo, Mercedes’ dominance, Stefano Domenicali's departure and more…Q: Has your team mate surprised you so far?Sebastian Vettel: Not really surprised me. I think that he is doing a very good job. We both try to do our best, and from my side I am not there where I want to be, and there are probably a lot of reasons...
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