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Vettel targets top five finish at Shanghai

ebastian Vettel says he would see a top five finish at this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix as a good result. The German, who won the last nine races of the 2013 season, is yet to taste success this season, with Mercedes dominating the field and his Red Bull team lacking raw performance amid Renault's power unit problems. "It's a big gap," said Vettel. "Bahrain was very bad for all except Mercedes, but I think here it will be a bit different. "You have to say though and admit that this is one of the circuits that favoured Mercedes the last couple of years. We expect them to be strong because of the nature of the track. They are in very good shape. So they are the favourites...
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