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'Frustration won't get the better of Vettel'

Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner remains confident that Sebastian Vettel will continue to 'work hard' to improve his results in what has been a difficult season for the German so far. The four-time reigning champion was forced to retire from Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix while running in third place due to a malfunction of the turbo in his Renault power unit. Vettel was particularly downbeat after the result, saying after the race that "it's always something different going wrong." Horner, though, believes Vettel will turn his season around despite his seemingly luckless run of results which has seen him finish on the podium only once in six racces this year. "Obviously...
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