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Vettel insists Red Bull still in title hunt

Red Bull/Getty Images Reigning world champion Sebastian Vettel insists that Red Bull remains in the hunt for the championship, despite Mercedes's dominant start to the 2014 season. Mercedes has won all six races from pole position in 2014, leaving their rivals to fight for the scraps. Vettel, who has scored just one podium finish this year, retired from last weekend's Monaco Grand Prix and is now 77 points behind championship leader Nico Rosberg. "Mathematically we are right in there," Vettel told reporters at a promotional event for next month's Austrian Grand Prix. "We are looking at the situation race-by-race. Of course it did not go well recently but we are looking...
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