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Vettel: Formula 1 can be very cruel

Sebastian Vettel philosophical about his fall in fortunes For four years in a row Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull dominated Formula 1, until this season where Mercedes produced a fantastic race car while Renault delivered a below par engine to its customers which in turn impacted the world champion who is suffering as a result. Speaking to BBC, Vettel acknowledged, 'It's been a tough start, a rough season so far. 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.' During early testing Red Bull were in dire straits with what appeared to be a very good car but a new V6 turbo power unit which was not up...
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