Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel insists that his team 'must keep pushing' if they are to win Sunday's Indian Grand Prix.
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel has insisted that he is anticipating a tough race in the Indian Grand Prix on Sunday.
The 25-year-old edged out teammate Mark Webber in qualifying to secure pole position but he has acknowledged that he and his team cannot afford to give less than 100% during tomorrow's race.
Vettel told reporters: "All in all, it has been a great weekend so far.
"The boys have been pushing very hard. We have to keep pushing - there are a lot of races to go.
"We are looking forward to the race. I am happy to be on pole but it will be a tough race tomorrow."
Vettel holds a six-point advantage over Ferrari's Fernando Alonso in the drivers' rankings.
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