Chinese GP: All eyes on Vettel and Ferrari in Shanghai

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel says he is "realistic" about his title chances for 2015 but is hoping the Scuderia can continue their strong start to the season in China this weekend.

Speaking to BBC pit-lane reporter Lee McKenzie, Vettel admits that although they beat Mercedes in Malaysia the gap that they had in pre-season testing and in Australia will not have just disappeared and that they will be favourites this weekend.

Meanwhile, Lewis Hamilton concedes that Ferrari have made a big step to Mercedes, but Williams drivers Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa are hoping that the colder climate in Shanghai will mean that they can catch the Scuderia in the race for best-of-the-rest.

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