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Vettel warns against Red Bull complacency

"A good start to the season always helps, but there is a long way to go"
Sunday, May 8, 2011

ISTANBUL, Turkey, May 8, 2011 (AFP) - After three wins in four races, champion Sebastian Vettel had every right to celebrate on Sunday following his triumphant performance in the Turkish Grand Prix.

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But instead of revelling in his Red Bull team's dramatic one-two finish - Australian Mark Webber claiming his highest finish of the season - ahead of all their rivals, the 23-year-old German said he was keen to make sure everyone kept their feet on the ground and remained calm.

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"It's good to get as many points as you can at every single race," he said. "But we see how quickly it can change.

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"A good start to the season always helps, but there is a long way to go. Four out of 19. So, you can work out how many more points there are to get so we have to keep focused."

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Vettel thanked his team for their hard work in repairing his car, dubbed 'Kinky Kylie' after he had almost destroyed it in a major accident during Friday's rain hit first practice session.

"All in all I am very happy," he said.

"On Friday, I had an accident and crashed the car badly. All the guys, even Mark's guys helped and fixed the car. It meant some extra hours which I am sorry for, but yesterday and today made up for it.

"I am pleased with the results and a big 'thanks' to the team."

He admitted he was open about his strategy and said the Red Bull team had learned from their mistakes in China where they were beaten by Hamilton. He said: "It wasn't easy from the start to know what is going to happen. "You have an idea about the tyres and how long they will last, but you have to wait for the first and second stints to see the trend. I could have stayed out on primes (soft), but if the safety car comes out you are on used tyres. "So I had a another short stint. I was very much in control, I am very happy with how we communicated with the race and how we reacted.
"I am very pleased and since China we have definitely made a step forward. We have learned our lesson and have to make sure we keep momentum into the next race."

Webber said: "It is not the end of the world to start on the dirty side of the track, as we saw from the last race -- but I spent a couple of laps trying to get clear of Nico (Rosberg).

"Then they guys pitted me a bit earlier then I expected. The fight with Fernando was a little unexpected.

"He drove brilliantly, but in the end I had a fresher set of tyres and got the job done. Sebastian is obviously on a fantastic run at the moment." Vettel summed up: "We had a smooth race, a very good start and then I was able to pull a gap in the first stint, which was crucial as that let us stay out a lap longer than the others - we always had a cushion."

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