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THE WIND SOMETIMES WAS QUITE STRONG – SEBASTIAN VETTEL

THE WIND SOMETIMES WAS QUITE STRONG – SEBASTIAN VETTEL

Sebastian Vettel, team driver for Scuderia Ferrari did not hesitate to accept when given the opportunity to drive on both days of the F1 test in Bahrain.


Vettel is looking to maintain his fine form over Mercedes and he believes the way to do that is to keep driving.

The German is of the notion that in each and every lap he makes in the Ferrari SF70H, there is always something to be learnt. The team is looking to position itself as the major contender for the F1 world championship this year.

They would be looking to add to their two wins out of three so far and Vettel will hope to be the man who achieves that. Where Ferrari doesn’t clinch the crown in this year, it could as well make it a full decade since the team’s last title win.

However, Vettel has been able to get the Scuderia off to a marvelous start as from three races, he has won two. Each wins were against Mercedes and from losing positions as well.

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Vettel And The Ferrari Team

Vettel And The Ferrari Team

Vettel definitely has a lot of pressure to live up to as he would be leading the Ferrari team in the upcoming Australian Grand Prix.


There are more reasons that his performance would be in the limelight, one being that Ferrari has launched a new model for 2017 and all eyes would be on the Ferrari car and how well it performs in the maiden race. It is also a bid by Ferrari to get back in the competitive game after being in the back for a decade now. It might be a coincidence or not that Ferrari is celebrating their seventieth anniversary celebrations this year.

Sebastian has to face a lot of doubts about Ferrari’s performance on the circuit. He is staying adamant against all doubts and states that he would do his best to win titles for Ferrari.

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SEBASTIAN TOPS PRACTICE THREE SESSION

SEBASTIAN TOPS PRACTICE THREE SESSION

During the practice three session for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix this Sunday, SebastianVettel produced a shock result, topping the session from Max Verstappen and KimiRaikkonen.


Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes team mate, NicoRosberg, who are both favorites for the title had been topping the session after their qualifying simulations on the ultrasofts.

However, after the others bolted off on another set of new tyres marked in purple colors, a lot of time became available causing Vettel to advance and top the session.

As the chequered flag fell, Vettel came off a tenth clear over Verstappen and about three tenths quicker than Hamilton

“I think that is an impressive time from Vettel, we know he is good around this track, it is a typical kind of Vettel track,”Anthony Davidson who was on commentary duty had said.

Rosberg and Hamilton are in the forefront for the world title and by now, Hamilton should know that he really needs a win if he is to overhaul the 12 point lead held by Rosberg. However, that may not be enough, especially if Rosberg finishes amongst the top three in the race.

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Sebastian Vettel set to challenge Lewis Hamilton’s F1 title

Sebastian Vettel set to challenge Lewis Hamilton’s F1 title

Sebastian Vettel, the 4 time Formula One champion, snatched a great win, which is his 40th win, last time out in Malaysia to put the brake on dominating title holder Hammy as well as runner-up Rosberg – and now Ferrari’s #25 million per year capture is hellbent on stopping a 2nd successive championship haul by Silver Arrows twosome.

Hamilton, who had a wary eye on Ferrari, told that they have they have a huge improvement. They have overtaken your Red Bull, they are progressing and he believes that they are going to have to see them really closely. It is really very nice to see them back but Seb’s victory in Malaysia was not so much a kick as a strong pinch. And they now know that they have a race on their hands.

In the other hand, Nico Rosberg loved the revitalized he challenge too. He told that if Seb closes the gap on them it woud be great for Formula One. It is Game On.

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