Red Bull team boss Christian Horner does not expect Sebastian Vettel to let his obvious frustration with the RB10 boil over after a turbo failure saw him retire from third early in Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix. Vettel, up to third after Ricciardo’s tardy start, tumbled down the order as he struggled with an issue, pulling into the pits for a lengthy stop, before returning to the track only to retire a lap later.
It is the German’s second non-finish of the year, having retired from the season opener in Australia with an engine failure.
He has suffered numerous other setbacks this season, having stopped out on track during qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix, which forced him to start...
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