SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) – Ferrari’s Formula One championship leader Sebastian Vettel shrugged off fears on Saturday that neck pain could hit his British Grand Prix hopes.
The German told reporters after qualifying on the front row that he had feared he would not be able to take part in the session after having to park up before the end of the morning’s final practice.
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“To be honest, this morning, no,” he said when asked whether he had thought pole position might be a possibility. “I wasn’t sure if I could do quali (qualifying).
“I don’t know what happened but it...
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