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Vettel insists: It will be good for us soon

– Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel remains confident it will come good soon, despite a bitterly disappointing Monaco Grand Prix.Vettel made a good start at the Principality and moved up to third ahead of team-mate Daniel Ricciardo. However, he then lost power and was forced to retire.Vettel now slips down to sixth in the Drivers' Championship with just 45 points on the board, 9 less than Ricciardo and 77 off Nico Rosberg, the current leader."It's disappointing. I had a good start and then we lost boost pressure from the turbo, so I had no power and had to retire. The team did everything they could. I felt quite helpless in the car, so I was asking for an answer of what we could do,...
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