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Vettel: Fourth the best we could get

Sebastian Vettel has said fourth was probably the maximum for Red Bull during the 2014 F1 German Grand Prix. Vettel started sixth at Hockenheim and just like at Silverstone two weeks ago enjoyed a good fight with the Ferrari of Fernando Alonso – particularly in the early stages - and once again he came out top, with the Spaniard finishing one place back in fifth. “It [fourth place] was what we could do today,” Vettel reflected. “Obviously it was more entertaining than I was hoping for, especially at the beginning again. We started where we finished at Silverstone with Fernando! It [the battle] was quite tight until the last set of stops.” “After the first stop I was quite...
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