Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel will recover his form and dignity, Red Bull to challenge Mercedes

Sebastian Vettel looked to be in dire straits in Austria, on July 5, 2020. PHOTO: REUTERS
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For a man whose future hangs in the balance, after Ferrari dropped him for 2021, Sebastian Vettel looked to be in dire straits in Austria on Sunday (July 5).

Things couldn't have been much worse in qualifying when he didn't get out of the second session as Ferrari proved to have only the fifth fastest car. Then he finished a lowly 10th after yet another clumsy spin. Compounding his woes, teammate Charles Leclerc had a superb run to finish second, 2.7 seconds off winner Valtteri Bottas of Mercedes.

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