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Sebastian Vettel’s Error-Strewn Bahrain GP Display a Positive Sign for Ferrari

Sebastian Vettel had that familiar glint in his eye after qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix. Seven days after finishing 0.9 seconds adrift of Lewis Hamilton's pole time on the Saturday of the Chinese GP, as per the official Formula One website, the German had managed to split the Mercedes cars, punting Nico Rosberg down to third. Vettel had once again extracted the most out of Ferrari's F15-T and, perhaps for the first time since late-2013, was entering a race as the man to beat. An abrasive track surface—Pirelli's race preview revealed the Bahrain International Circuit has "the highest degree of asphalt roughness seen all year"—and warm, if cooling, conditions were set to create a highly strategic race, the type of event t...

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