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Vettel has every right to be frustrated - Horner

Getty Images Enlarge Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says Sebastian Vettel has every right to be frustrated after the lacklustre start to his championship defence this year. Vettel is currently sixth in the drivers' standings after struggling with reliability issues and a lack of power compared to rivals Mercedes. He retired from the opening race of the season and again at the Monaco Grand Prix while running third, with his frustration starting to show on the team radio. "He's doing nothing wrong and is smart enough to recognise that, so like any sportsman he is going to be frustrated when things go wrong," Horner said. "With time to take a breath and reflect, he...
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