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Vettel aiming for a top five finish

Red Bull/Getty Images A realistic Sebastian Vettel has admitted that a top five finish for Red Bull would be a good result at this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix. Vettel, who claimed Red Bull's maiden victory at the circuit five years ago, currently sits in sixth place in the championship, 38 points down on early leader Nico Rosberg. The reigning champion believes it will be tough for Red Bull to close down the gap to Mercedes. "It is a big gap at the moment," he said. "In Bahrain it looked quite bad for everyone bar Mercedes, but here in China it could be only a little bit different. Historically this track was one of the tracks that has favoured them, and we can expect them...
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