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Vettel: Second was the optimum

Sebastian Vettel believes second place was the best result possible for Red Bull Racing in today's Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying session. The German benefited from Lewis Hamilton's exit in Q1 and finished the top 10 shoot-out just under five tenths behind pole-sitter Nico Rosberg. 'I think probably the nature of the track suits us a bit more – less straights,' he said when asked where Red Bull's speed has come from. 'I think historically we’ve always had a competitive car around here. 'It seems that we are a little bit closer but obviously Nico’s final lap was very good so the gap was again quite big – bigger than we were hoping for, because as you mentioned if we get everything...
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