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F1 Racing in thin air - Sebastian Vettel explains Mexican Grand Prix

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F1 Racing in thin air - Sebastian Vettel explains Mexican Grand Prix

F1 Racing in thin air - Sebastian Vettel explains Mexican Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari have main enough gains in the second half of the season that they could potentially compete with the favourites to win the Mexican Grand Prix, Red Bull.


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