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Vettel: Indian GP victory is good step for championship

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Sebastian Vettel pleased with his fourth consecutive victory in a row with Indian Grand Prix. He says that this victory is a good step for Red Bull in the 2012 title championship.

Also he rejected the final stint problem on his car, the Red Bull winning machine floor touching on the track and sparking, he says this problem not effecting his balancing or lack of pace, but he said need the analyze the problem.

The Championship leader easily win the dominated Indian GP, last year he was also took top podium here, nine seconds clear and secured victory and set title place.

“To think of the championship, this was a good step for us”

“I noticed the problem, I think it was when I got DRS from a backmarker pretty close to the end of the race,” Vettel said following the race.

“I didn’t feel anything with the balance and on the other laps. We need to analyse the problem, but it didn’t cost us or slow us down.”

“I enjoyed the race a lot,” said Vettel. “It was crucial to open a gap in the first stint, to break DRS to Mark [Webber]. It was quite close at Turn 1, I was able to get good exit out of Turn 3, then was able to open the gap, not just to Mark but also the cars behind.”

“We have seen for us how quickly things can change. This feels so fantastic and it is great to have a race come the way you want it to. I am proud and happy and enjoying it.

“That was today and we are focusing on Abu Dhabi next week. There is a lot more to come and we take things step by step.”


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