Quadruple Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel retired from the Monaco Grand Prix, his 100th race for Red Bull, on Sunday.
The 26-year-old German, who had made a good start to take third place from Australian teammate Daniel Ricciardo behind the two Mercedes drivers, slowed on lap four and reported he had no power.
'Come on guys,' exclaimed the frustrated driver, before adding: 'I mean, you're trying everything.'
After a long pit stop, Vettel returned to the track in last place but then told his team over the radio on lap seven that he was stuck in first gear.
On lap eight, with a string of blue flags warning him to let faster cars through, he was told to return to the pits and...
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