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Vettel: Last sector is Ferrari's Achilles heel

Sebastian Vettel has admitted that the last sector of the Circuit de Catalunya track is proving to be Ferrari’s major weakness this weekend ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday. The German, despite finishing third in qualifying, was miles off the speed of Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas.
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