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Vettel: There was not a lot left

Sebastian Vettel is hoping Sunday's Austrian GP will be better than his qualifying showing after finishing down in 12th place. The reigning World Champion was lacking in pace throughout the proceeding practice sessions and it was more of the same in Saturday's qualifying. Clocking a 1:09.801 in Q2, he finished with the 13th fastest time but will start Sunday's race at the Red Bull Ring 12th on the grid due to Sergio Perez's penalty. And although the 26-year-old admits it won't be an easy grand prix, he is hoping to put his extra set of tyres to good use and work his way through the field. "For the race, we hope it'll be closer again and we can make a step forward in terms of looking...
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