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F1 can be very cruel, says Vettel

Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel says Formula 1 can be a 'very cruel' sport as he attempts to salvage his season. The 27-year-old German, who has won the last four titles, heads into his home race this weekend sixth in the championship and without a victory. 'It's been a tough start, a rough season so far,' Vettel said. 'F1 can be fantastic, as I have experience of, but it can be very cruel in retiring from problems. You rely on your car. It is part of the game.' “Mercedes are in a position to win every race if they want to, so it will be difficult to beat them” Sebastian Vettel Vettel, who was speaking in an interview to be broadcast on BBC One during the highlights of the German...
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