Sebastian Vettel will receive a new chassis for the Italian Grand Prix as the team believe an issue with his current chassis might be the reason for his 'extremely unusual' pace.
The German qualified third for the Belgian Grand Prix last weekend, but during the race he wasn't on the pace of team-mate and eventual race winner Daniel Ricciardo, instead finishing down in fifth.
The team hope that changing the chassis will help Vettel recover some lost ground - despite this being his third chassis of the season.
'Sebastian has got the best feeling for these tyres as history has shown,' said team principal Christian Horner. 'We have to look in to it to understand; there's obviously something...
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