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Vettel: Our car is working, there's nothing wrong with it

With Ferrari and their number one driver Sebastian Vettel on the back foot, after three rounds of the 2019 Formula 1 World Championship, it appears that despite the deficit to the pacesetters and archrivals Mercedes there is hope. At least that's what Vettel told Sky F1 after the Scuderia's fiasco in China, 'I think we still have a good car and we're not able to unlock it completely.' 'We're learning a lot, more than recent years in terms of what we're missing. It's good to get a lot of laps in a row to feel the car and hopefully, soon we will be able to find what is causing, let's say the weakness at this stage, to catch up.' Most believed Ferrari had the better package heading to...
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