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Vettel: I felt quite helpless in the car

Sebastian Vettel was left feeling 'quite helpless' after he was sidelined by a turbo problem in the early stages of the Monaco Grand Prix. Vettel made a good start and jumped Red Bull team-mate, Daniel Ricciardo to run third early on. However, he was soon forced out after having lost power and slipped down the order, and in the end completed just five laps around the streets of the Principality before having to park his Red Bull RB10. The German was initially quite vocal on the team radio, before reining himself in. It was his second DNF of the season, as he also retired in Australia, the opening event. “It's disappointing. I had a good start and then we lost boost pressure from the...
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