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Vettel: Red Bull behind in many areas

– Sebastian Vettel has conceded that Red Bull is behind its rivals "in a lot of areas" after a challenging pre-season test period, but he remains confident of making progress ahead of the first race in Australia. On his final day of testing in Bahrain, Vettel was prevented from completing his first full race simulation at the wheel of the RB10 by an apparent brake failure, which sent the German sliding uncontrollably into the Turn 1 gravel trap and led to a lengthy spell on the sidelines. He is confident, however, that the data gathered before and after the stoppage will allow the team to make gains over the two-week break. "We tried to do a race distance today; for...
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