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Spanish Grand Prix: Ferrari need to start beating Mercedes, says Sebastian Vettel

Sebastian Vettel has stressed that his Ferrari team need to start beating Mercedes after the world champions' dominant start to the season. Mercedes have taken one-twos in all four races and Vettel is 35 points off championship leader Valtteri Bottas, who is one ahead of Lewis Hamilton. Vettel said: "We need to start scoring points, the sooner the better. The longer it goes on, the worse it looks." But he said his chances of the drivers' title were "as good as anybody else's". The German is in agreement with Bottas that Mercedes' results have made them look more superior than they actually are, in terms of the competitive standing between the two cars. Vettel said:...
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