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Sebastian Vettel: “I think today we can be happy with the third place”

Sebastian Vettel admitted he was satisfied to qualify third on the grid for the first French Grand Prix since 2008, although he felt the mistakes he made on his final fast lap in the top ten shootout prevented him from securing a front row start. The Scuderia Ferrari driver ended just under four-tenths of a second shy of Lewis Hamilton’s pole setting time at the Circuit Paul Ricard, while Valtteri Bottas also got ahead of the German to make it an all-Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport front row. Vettel rued the mistakes that left him on the second row, but he feels Ferrari has a strong car again this weekend as he bids for a fourth victory of the season after previous triumphs in...
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