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Vettel still priority at Ferrari, says boss as Mercedes' Bottas leads practice

BBC News Friday, 12 April 2019
Vettel still priority at Ferrari, says boss as Mercedes' Bottas leads practiceSebastian Vettel will continue to be given priority as Ferrari's number one driver, team boss Mattia Binotto says.
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News video: Lewis Hamilton beats Valtteri Bottas In Chinese Grand Prix

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Lewis Hamilton won a processional 2019 Chinese Grand Prix for the Mercedes Formula 1 team ahead of team-mate Valtteri Bottas as Ferrari's challenge faded with a weak opening stint. Hamilton hooked up more cleanly away from the start and nosed into Turn 1 first ahead of polesitting Bottas, while...

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