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Sebastian Vettel “felt helpless” after turbo boost failure at Monaco

Sebastian Vettel has explained how he “felt helpless” after suffering from a turbo boost failure during the early stages of the Monaco Grand Prix, which in turn led to his first retirement around the Principality since 2009. Whilst Christian Horner offered his apology to the reigning Champion, Daniel Ricciardo once again enjoyed a competitive performance to finish third behind the Mercedes duo. During the all-important qualifying hour on the previous day, Sebastian Vettel’s woes began with ERS issues plaguing his RB10 throughout the session. Although his mechanics were unable to find an immediate fix for Vettel, the German still managed to propel himself to an impressive fourth...
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