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Lewis Hamilton is sure that he can beat Sebastian Vettel - but not Red Bull.
The Mercedes driver, who will start the Korean Grand Prix from second place behind the German, indicated that Vettel’s domination this season is down to his car rather than the triple world champion’s talent.
The Briton pointed out that Vettel was "not unbeatable, his car is unbeatable" adding that former teammate Fernando Alonso is the top driver in the current field.
Hamilton and Alonso were paired together at McLaren in 2007 that resulted in a bitter fallout by the end of the season following which the Spaniard left the team.
"Fernando Alonso is the fastest of all for me," Hamilton said in an interview with the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. "If you've even dealt with Fernando, you have no one to fear here."
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