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Vettel: Anything possible - still!

– Red Bull Racing's Sebastian Vettel has not given up on taking his fifth Formula 1 Drivers' title this season, despite the dominance of Mercedes. Vettel has taken just one podium so far this year, when he was third in Malaysia and following the Chinese Grand Prix last weekend, where he finished fifth and was again outperformed by new team-mate, Daniel Ricciardo, he sits fifth in the 2014 F1 Drivers' Championship with just 33 points on the board, 46 behind current leader, Nico Rosberg. "For sure not easy - definitely not a walk in the park as we still cannot think about catching up with Mercedes," Vettel told the official F1 site when asked how he sees his championship...
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