Reigning Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel will run a new chassis at the Italian Grand Prix next week.
The four-time champion struggled for outright pace in last Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix having qualified on the front row of the grid for only the fourth time this year.
His lack of pace was emphasised by team-mate Daniel Ricciardo going on to win the race, while Vettel was left to settle for fifth position, almost a minute behind the Aussie.
Red Bull has investigated the issue surrounding Vettel's RB10 and as a result the German will receive a new chassis for the Italian Grand Prix at Monza, according to Autosport.
This will be the second time Vettel has changed chassis after...
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