The helmet of Ferrari's German driver Sebastian Vettel is displayed in Melbourne on March 22, 2018, ahead of the Formula One Australian Grand Prix. / AFP / Paul Crock /
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Sebastian Vettel says he is searching for the "ultimate satisfaction" of winning his fifth Formula One world title driving for Ferrari ahead of this weekend's season opener in Australia.Vettel, 30, is in a duel this season with defending Mercedes world champion Lewis Hamilton as they chase 1950s Argentine legend Juan Manuel Fangio's mark of five world titles -- second only to Michael Schumacher's seven in the all-time list.Vettel, who finished runner-up behind Hamilton in last year's world championship, is confident he has the car to take down the Englishman and said it would be even more special to do it with Ferrari.
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