Red Bull Racing has announced that Sebastian Vettel will be provided a brand new chassis with which to compete at next weekend’s Turkish Grand Prix, after his current chassis – used up to last weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix – was found to have sustained damage.
Perhaps this might go some way to explaining why Sebastian has run at a slower pace than team-mate Mark Webber in both Spain and Monaco, but it does seem to mark the end of his relationship with his charge, nicknamed – in time-honoured tradition – ‘Luscious Liz’ by the young German.
One wonders what he shall christen his latest RB6?
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