Four-time champion qualified third in Melbourne but had been more than seven tenths slower compared to ’ polesitter Le Hamilton, also dropped to fourth in the race after having passed by the RedBull of both .

But despite the team’s On Track struggles – Vettel said he’d”way less traction” throughout the weekend compared to testing in – evidence of a shift in atmosphere was clear after race as Vettel, fresh teammate and team boss were quick to admit was not as fast as it’d expected to be.

Jack Cozens and Ben Anderson combine Glenn Freeman to analyse ’s weekend and explain why there is no good reason for that team to panic just yet.

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