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Sebastian Vettel: I don't need to drive differently in 2020

Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel has played down suggestions that he has to change his driving style in Formula 1 but accepts that he has 'to do a better job' next season. Vettel finished runner-up to Lewis Hamilton in 2017 and 2018, but was never in the mix for overall honours amid a sequence of mistakes from both driver and team in 2019. Vettel claimed only one victory – in Singapore – and scored just two pole positions, compared to seven for team-mate Charles Leclerc, as he finished a low-key fifth in the standings. It is the lowest he has finished in the standings since joining Ferrari in 2015. “I think I’ve been honest, I’ve always done what I can...
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