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Of course he rues missing pole because he will have to start from the dirty side of the grid. In UK he overtook Rosberg at the start and in Germany he did the same to Hamilton. So is not the end of the world. His rivals starts further behind. And don't mention his team-mate, he was very unlucky again. In one case, the race could be very interesting tomorrow. If Vettel loses 2nd at the start to Grosjean and Alonso and Raikkonen beign right behind him at the end of the first lap....a great battle!