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Sebastian Vettel will enjoy Formula One's August break as championship leader but the Ferrari driver knows the job is only half done and it will not get any easier in the months ahead.Reports in Italy have already suggested that Ferrari, the sport's most prominent team, will confirm both Vettel and Finnish teammate Kimi Raikkonen at their home Italian Grand Prix in September.Vettel has now won four of 11 races this season, making 2017 his best season with Ferrari, and has led the championship from day one.Vettel does not have to worry about such displays of sportsmanship – with the 30-year-old a clear No. 1 at Ferrari – and can be single-minded about the remaining nine rounds.Mercedes dominated in similar circumstances at Silverstone, where Hamilton savored a home win, and the Briton can hope to level the points tally by the end of the first week of September.He too will go away to recharge his batteries for the battle ahead, ready to deny Vettel a fifth title and secure his own fourth.
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