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Monaco Red Bull's opportunity to beat Mercedes - Vettel

Sutton Images Enlarge Sebastian Vettel thinks Monaco is a good opportunity for Red Bull to beat Mercedes for the first time this year. Mercedes has dominated the opening five races, with Red Bull yet to finish a race higher than third and unable to finish within 40 seconds of the W05 Hybrid at Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix. Nevertheless, the tight and twisty street circuit in Monaco could even the playing field by negating the power advantage Mercedes has over Renault and Ferrari. Asked if Red Bull would be able to compete with Mercedes in Monaco, Vettel said: "I think yes. It is difficult to predict but maybe at Monaco you need a little bit less power. You still need power but...
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