Vettel: We can beat Hamilton

Vettel: We can beat Hamilton

 

Vettel, who is 0.674 seconds behind Hamilton, says they will try to play "two against one" against Hamilton in the race.

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"Actually I was not very happy yesterday because my emotions in the car were not very good, but today everything was a little better, so we can be happy."

"I made a small mistake at the 13th corner in the fastest limb, I did a little late braking, but it did not work."

"All of us are really very close, and finally Lewis made a big difference, I think he did a really good job, but we are optimistic for tomorrow because we were able to improve our car.

"If we look at the long drives on Friday, I think we can be pretty close tomorrow, and I am happy with the result of the team today."

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"We both start from the front and everything will depend on how it will take off, I hope we can play two against Lewis, and our race paddle should be better, at least it looks like yesterday."

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"It's not easy to switch on this track, but who knows, we'll have a chance at the start and the race."

"At the same time, I think more pilots will be fighting tomorrow, which can affect the situation."

Vettel spoke about Raikkonen's lagging behind: "I made a small mistake in the last sector, but there is no prospect, we got good results for the team in the second and third, this is a good position, hopefully we can continue this push tomorrow."

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