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Sebastian Vettel: “Third was the Maximum We could do”

Reigning Formula 1 Constructors’ Champions Infiniti Red Bull Racing saw both of its drivers qualify in the top six in Montreal, with German Sebastian Vettel third and Australian Daniel Ricciardo sixth. For Vettel, a great final lap saw him jump into third place on the grid, but the German was not satisfied due to the untidy way he took the first two corners of the lap that he felt cost him some time. He admits third on the grid was the best he could have hoped for however with the strength of the Mercedes, and he is hoping to be able to stay close to Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton and have a good race on Sunday. “The start of the last lap wasn’t great,” said Vettel. “I still...
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