Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari have made progress this season despite the German missing out on the World Championship. Mercedes ace Lewis Hamilton has already wrapped up the drivers’ title and the Silver Arrows can claim the Constructors’ Championship at the Brazilian Grand prix this weekend.
Despite struggling to keep up with rivals Mercedes this term, four-time world champion Vettel feels Ferrari can be pleased with how they have competed in 2018.
He told Formel1.de: “I think we’ve made tremendous improvements across the board, my job is to drive the car – I’m not responsible for vehicle design or team structure, that’s not my job.
“But as part of the team and as an observer, I think we can say that the team has made huge strides, we have very good people, talented, smart people, who come up with different solutions, ideas, concepts all the the ingredients together. What we still lack is the very last step but I’m pretty sure we can fix it.”