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Historically, Vettel and Red Bull are not that strong in this part of the season and especially at a track like this one that has such long high speed straights. That he is still leading at this point is a strong start. Tactically, they did a great job today of maximizing points. They also have their secret weapon, Adrian Newey who always seems to be able to upgrade Red Bull's performance during the season, unlike most of his counterparts. Alonso and Ferrari are much stronger this year, but still maybe not strong enough. Just hate the tires though, as they are really depriving us of the kind of driving we saw the last 5 laps from Seb throughout the race.