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Ricciardo: Vettel will be back

Daniel Ricciardo has backed former team-mate Sebastian Vettel to break out of his current slump, potentially as soon as this weekend at the Singapore Grand Prix. Vettel has not won a race for over a year and endured an Italian GP to forget last time out as he finished outside of the points after a clumsy spin and collision with Lance Stroll while team-mate Charles Leclerc won to end a nine-year wait for a Scuderia triumph at Monza. Article continues under video The four-time world champion's frustrations alongside a young, up-and-coming team-mate draw comparisons with his final season at Red Bull, when Ricciardo came into the line-up and beat the then-reigning champion. Ricciardo said:...
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