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Horner: Frustration won't get better of Vettel

Christian Horner says Sebastian Vettel will not let his frustrations get the better of him after suffering more reliability issues in Monaco. Having retired from the opening race of the season in Australia, Vettel was hampered by a gearbox issue in qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix which saw him start from 15th place, and then retired from Sunday's race in Monaco with a turbo failure. The retirement came following an ERS problem in qualifying, but Horner says the growing number of setbacks will not get to the four-time world champion. “Obviously this weekend was pretty tough on him,” Horner said. “He's doing nothing wrong and he's smart enough to recognise that. Of course, like...
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