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Horner certain ‘frustrated’ Vettel will respond

Christian Horner admits Sebastian Vettel is “frustrated” at poor reliability this year but is certain he will respond positively. Vettel retired from the Austrian Grand Prix on Sunday having already gone a lap down when he lost drive in the opening laps of the race. Following the season-opening Australian Grand Prix and the race in Monaco it marked the third time that Vettel has had to retire with reliability issues but Horner said the reigning champion has enough experience to deal with his frustrations. “Like any driver, he's going to be frustrated,” Horner said. “But he's a four-time world champion. He's won all those grands prix with Renault power. He's got the same engineers...
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