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Fourth 'the best we could get' – Vettel

Sebastian Vettel says fourth place in today's German Grand Prix at the Hockenheimring was the best result possible. The German started the race from fifth place but advanced to third on lap one after Felipe Massa and Kevin Magnussen's first corner collision. He eventually lost a position to Lewis Hamilton, taking the chequered flag 22 seconds behind the Brit and eight seconds clear of Fernando Alonso and his team-mate. 'It was fun with Fernando today – we started maybe where we left off in Silverstone,' he said. 'It was quite entertaining the first half of the race and at one point it was quite tight with both the Ferraris, but we managed to stay ahead. 'The second stop was a bit too...
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