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Vettel made sure to abort final Qatar qualy run

Sebastian Vettel said he had taken all precautions to ensure that, unlike three of his rivals, he would not need to pay a pre-race visit to the Qatar stewards’ room. The Aston Martin driver has not been a regular participant in recent Q3 sessions, but he did make it through to the top-10 shootout at the inaugural Qatar Grand Prix. Sitting P10 when the chequered flag came out, Vettel was hoping to improve that position on his final run. But his chances were ended when Pierre Gasly’s car suffered a broken front wing and a puncture and came to a halt near the pit wall along the start-finish straight. That brought out the yellow flags, of which three drivers – Max Verstappen, Valtteri...
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