- Apr 17, 2011
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- A determined drive from Sebastian Vettel at the Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai saw him cross the line in second place, behind race winner Lewis Hamilton in the McLaren. “My start was not the best and for some reason it seems the left-hand side of the grid is worse here than the right-hand side,” said Seb aftet the race. “At the end of the race I found myself out on the hard tyre and could see Lewis coming closer and closer. I tried to defend as best I could, without losing too much time to the guys behind, but he found his way past. It was a difficult race and we had a couple of mistakes, but we still finished second and third, which is a strong result.”
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