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Seb: We haven't closed the gap

Sebastian Vettel admits Red Bull 'haven't really closed the gap' to Mercedes since the opening race of the season in Australia. It appears almost certain that for the first time since 2009 someone other than Vettel and the Milton Keynes-based team will take home F1's two world titles with Mercedes enjoying a 158 point advantage in the Constructors' Championship and both Silver Arrows drivers over 60 points clear of nearest challenger Daniel Ricciardo. 'Right now the gap is very big and we haven't really closed the gap since race one,' Vettel told Sky Sports News. 'Obviously we have tried lots of stuff to improve, but they are doing the same thing. We are waiting for bigger steps...
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