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Sebastian Vettel thinks “a lot left on the table” for him in Bahrain

Sebastian Vettel at the 2021 Bahrain GP. Credits: Getty Images.

After the first two free practices with Aston Martin Racing, Sebastian Vettel believes there a lot to improve for him this weekend.

Sebastian Vettel keeps getting used to the new vehicle at Aston Martin. He kept adapting to the car on Friday and after the two free practices, he admitted that he would still need to get acquainted with the AMR21 car to be consistent.

“I feel that there’s still a lot left on the table just to get used to the car, and being able to squeeze the limit. Right now it seems a bit up and down,” Vettel said.

“Sometimes I’m really good, in other corners I’m far out. But that’s normal, but hopefully come tomorrow with more consistent running, I’m able to squeeze the limit everywhere,” he added.

Speaking about Friday, the 4-time world champion also shared his thoughts on 60-minute practice session, which made an impact on the program.

“It is what it is. We are obviously now looking into some of the stuff that we tried in the afternoon or the evening, and hopefully, it will be a bit more clear and calmer tomorrow, but I think that’s probably true for all the rest of the pack as well,” he said.

Sebastian Vettel finished 12th in FP1 and 14th in FP2 at Bahrain International Circuit.

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