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Vettel: We are the second force

Four times world champion Sebastian Vettel has denied throwing a tantrum after Monaco Grand Prix, and accepts that Red Bull is now the second force in Formula 1. It was in the glitzy Principality that the reigning quadruple world champion's 2014 hit a new low, with problems not only in qualifying but also the race. 'I heard that I kicked my helmet in the corner and shouted at the team!' the German said at the Red Bull Ring on Tuesday. 'I have no idea where that comes from. I prefer to find constructive solutions.' 'Of course it's not going perfectly at the moment and I was not very happy when I got out of the car, but at the same time the boys were cheering for Daniel [Ricciardo]. I have...
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