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Revised Expectations for Ferrari Going into 2nd Half of 2016 Formula 1 Season

After kissing the kerb of Turn 17 for the 66th time in the German Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel lifted his right foot from the floor and coasted toward the Hockenheim finish line. As a lapped Renault disappeared into the distance, the four-time world champion took Formula One's tiresome debate surrounding track limits to a whole new level by ignoring the apex of Turn 1 and taking to the run-off area to pick up fragments of discarded rubber. At the end of another long, hard and forgettable race, Vettel's Prancing Horse was rolling around the tyre marbles with all the giddiness of a pig in you-know-what when something strange happened. With the now-familiar grumble of a Ferrari V6 turbo engine at full power, the Haas VF-16 of Romain Grosjean f...

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