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Vettel Admits 'There are still some things to solve' In Malaysia

Red Bull Racing had a relatively mediocre Friday practice session in Malaysia ahead of the second FIA Formula One World Championship race at Sepang as they finished the opening session in seventh and twelfth positions, the afternoon session would see them improve to third and seventh. Sebastian Vettel was happy with his practice run saying 'I think we had a good day, obviously Friday timings are not the most important thing in the world but it’s good to be up there and in range of the top guys.' The defending world champion who retired from the opening race in Melbourne, Australia admitted there are still problems with the car that the team are trying to fix. 'I think we had a decent...
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