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Final sector 'weakness' leaves Vettel frustrated in Spain

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel had hoped that this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix would put him back on track in the 2019 championship after a disappointing first four races. A new engine upgrade promised to give him the extra pace needed to match Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas at Mercedes. But when it came to the crunch, the SF90 appeared just as far off the pace as before. "The car doesn’t feel bad but obviously we are not quick enough,” said Vettel after having to settle for third place on the grid, a worrying 0.866s off Bottas' pole winning time. Bottas puts a stop to Hamilton's run of poles in Barcelona "I think we got everything out of the car in the first run," he...
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