Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel celebrates his win on the podium with Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton. REUTERS/Brandon Malone
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Mercedes have vowed to bounce back in Bahrain next month after throwing away Sunday's season-opening Australian Grand Prix to Ferrari, with team boss Toto Wolff admitting it was tough to take.Sebastian Vettel got the jump on world champion Lewis Hamilton as Mercedes blundered their calculations on the Ferrari ace's pit stop under virtual safety car conditions.Vettel went on to keep Hamilton at bay for his second straight win in Melbourne and third overall. Mercedes have already set their sights on the second race of the season in Bahrain on April 8 .Vettel and teammate Kimi Raikkonen had been unable to challenge Hamilton in Melbourne qualifying, both finishing almost seven-tenths of a second off the defending champion.
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