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Vettel: “I don’t know what’s wrong with us, but things are getting worse”

Vettel: “I don’t know what’s wrong with us, but things are getting worse”

The German Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari), who withdrew due to a brake problem in the Italian Grand Prix, the eighth of the Formula One World Cup, spoke briefly with the press after what was a new frustration for the red team, whose two pilots could not cross the finish line.

“I already noticed in the first corner that there was a problem with the rear brake duct, in the first corner the car was not braking; it was clear that there was a problem, I don’t know why, but at the first corner it was all over, “he explained to the German television channel RTL.

“Then I got out of the car,” added the German driver. “But already in the training laps we already noticed that something was not going well,” said who had already completed a poor performance on Saturday, finishing qualifying in 17th place, the position with which he started.

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“I really don’t know what is going on; but when you think that things can’t get worse, it keeps getting worse, “said Vettel after retiring in the temple of speed, shortly before his teammate, Charles Leclerc, was also out of the race when he crashed. The monk lost control of his vehicle on lap 25 and passed the Parabolica corner, the eleventh of the eleven corners of the legendary Lombard circuit. after hitting the tires, he was out of competition.

The German Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari), who withdrew due to a brake problem in the Italian Grand Prix, the eighth of the Formula One World Cup, spoke briefly with the press after what was a new frustration for the red team, whose two pilots could not cross the finish line.

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“I already noticed in the first corner that there was a problem with the rear brake duct, in the first corner the car was not braking; it was clear that there was a problem, I don’t know why, but at the first corner it was all over, “he explained to the German television channel RTL.

“Then I got out of the car,” added the German driver. “But already in the training laps we already noticed that something was not going well,” said who had already completed a poor performance on Saturday, finishing qualifying in 17th place, the position with which he started.

“I really don’t know what is going on; but when you think that things can’t get worse, it keeps getting worse, “said Vettel after retiring in the temple of speed, shortly before his teammate, Charles Leclerc, was also out of the race when he crashed. The monk lost control of his vehicle on lap 25 and passed the Parabolica corner, the eleventh of the eleven corners of the legendary Lombard circuit. after hitting the tires, he was out of competition. (GG) (Taken from Infobae)

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