Ferrari's German driver Sebastian Vettel attends a press conference ahead at the Hungaroring circuit in Budapest on July 27, 2017 prior to the weekend's Hungarian Formula One Grand Prix. Pic/AFP
Formula One championship leader Sebastian Vettel heads into this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix under pressure to hold on to his slim points advantage and deny title rival Lewis Hamilton a record-extending sixth victory at the Hungaroring track.
Vettel saw his lead in the overall standings slashed from 20 to just one point at the last race in Silverstone as Hamilton romped to victory while a puncture pushed the Ferrari driver to seventh.
"Mercedes have had weekends like we had at Silverstone. So I'm not stressing too much," Vettel told reporters yesterday.
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