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Sebastian Vettel: “We are still quite far off the Pace of the Mercedes”

The Infiniti Red Bull Racing team had a strong qualifying session at the Hungaroring ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix, with Sebastian Vettel taking a front row grid slot, with team-mate Daniel Ricciardo in fourth. Vettel qualified an excellent second on the grid, beaten only by Nico Rosberg, but admitted the pace of the Mercedes up front is still out of reach of his Red Bull. He believes the Hungaroring track suits the car better than the recent tracks at Silverstone and Hockenheim, so is hoping for a good result on Sunday. “After Q2 I thought if we got everything right then we might have been closer to the Mercedes at the end than we were,” said Vettel. “Nico’s lap was very...
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