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Sebastian Vettel: “We Will Attack and Give Everything”

The Infiniti Red Bull Racing team arrive at Hockenheim for the German Grand Prix on the back of a podium finish last time out at Silverstone for Daniel Ricciardo, while Sebastian Vettel ended the race in fifth. It was a stark improvement from the Austrian event two weeks previous, and the two drivers will want to continue the improvement this weekend. For Vettel, it is his home Grand Prix, and he is looking forward to getting to the track and experiencing the support of the crowd that is always enthusiastic and full of encouragement for the German, and he hopes to repay them with a good result on Sunday. “I always enjoy the atmosphere at the Hockenheimring,” said Vettel. “When you...
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