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New chassis for Vettel in Spain

Sebastian Vettel has struggled to get to grips with the RB10 this season Getty Images Enlarge Sebastian Vettel has been given a new chassis for the Spanish Grand Prix, though Red Bull insists it was a scheduled change rather than one enforced by his recent struggles. Though it has struggled with its Renault engine this season, Red Bull's RB10 is one of the strongest aerodynamic packages on the grid, and Vettel's podium in Malaysia was the only one the team has scored this year. However in the last two races he has struggled compared to Daniel Ricciardo, complaining that the car does not suit his driving style, though Red Bull is adamant the chassis change is not reflective of this....
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