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Red Bull apologises to Vettel for turbo issue

Sutton Images Enlarge Red Bull has apologised to Sebastian Vettel for the turbo failure that brought his Monaco Grand Prix to a premature end. Vettel was running third after the first corner, but his car developed an issue with its turbo during the early safety car period. It was the latest car issue to blight Vettel's title defence, and Red Bull boss Christian Horner felt the need to apologise. "We have to apologise to Sebastian for an issue with his power unit," he said. "It's frustrating that, after making a good start, his race came to a very premature end." Vettel added: "It's disappointing. I had a good start and then we lost boost pressure from the turbo,...
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