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Vettel: We can improve a little more

Sebastian Vettel says Red Bull should be able to improve a little more on Saturday and he reckons it will be fairly close between all the cars in the German Grand Prix. Red Bull was strong in both Friday practice sessions, and while it was team-mate Daniel Ricciardo that again led the way – finishing FP2 less than a tenth off the pace setting Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton – Vettel was still positive, despite winding up five places back in P8 and 0.805 seconds slower. “In the long run, especially, it is not so easy. But I think we can still improve a little bit for tomorrow,” said Vettel. “I don't think not having the FRIC suspension on the car made too much difference for us today....
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