Why there's hope in Ferrari's latest failure

Why there's hope in Ferrari's latest failure

Sebastian Vettel's controlled victory in the Brazilian Grand Prix means Ferrari will have a high to remember from the 2017 run-in. But that will be tinged with anger at not making the most of how quick it has been this year

Those who work at Ferrari will look back on the 2017 Formula 1 championship with enormous frustration. Sebastian Vettel could, and arguably should, have won the drivers' title. Ferrari could and should have pushed Mercedes closer for the constructors' championship.

But they didn't. They fell short. Again.

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