Vettel desperate for win at Tuscan GP

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2020 FIA Formula One World Championship 

2020 Tuscan Grand Prix  

Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello
Scarperia e San Piero, Italy
Sunday, 13 September 2020
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel will be eager to secure a podium finish at the Tuscan Grand Prix title on September 13.
The German star, who is a four-time Formula One world champion, remains winless in the current season having been forced to retire at the recent Italian Grand Prix.
Vettel had to retire from the race with a brake failure and he will be keen to bounce back in Scarperia e San Piero, Italy.
Max Verstappen of Red Bull
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Scuderia AlphaTauri driver Pierre Gasly, who hails from France, took his maiden Formula One win at this year's Italian Grand Prix. 
While McLaren driver Carlos Sainz Jr finished second and Lance Stroll of Racing Point secured a third spot finish.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton remains at the top of this year's Drivers' Championship standings followed by his teammate Valtteri Bottas and Red Bull's Max Verstappen respectively. 
Vettel, 33, is still placed 13th on the Drivers' Championship standings having failed to secure a podium finish thus far this season.  
Charles Leclerc of Ferrari
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Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, who has also struggled this season, was also forced to retire at the Italian Grand Prix and Vettel says they “deserve” to be in the current predicament.
“There are no shortcuts in life. And we are in this position because we probably deserve to be," Vettel said on Essentially Sports. 
"We are suffering, the whole team is suffering, and I am one part of the team. Everything happens for a reason, and we are slow for a reason.

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"It is tough, and I am not the only one who is suffering. PIN IT “If I could choose, I don’t want to be here. I want to be in the car on the track right now, and not at the back of the field," he added. 
"But sometimes you don’t get to choose, and you have to deal with what you have. “At the moment that is what it is, so we have to keep our heads up, even if it is difficult.”
Mercedes are placed at the top of Constructors' standings followed by second-placed Red Bull and third-placed McLaren-Renault.

2020 Italian Grand Prix results

Winner: Pierre Gasly - Scuderia AlphaTauri 
Runner-Up: Carlos Sainz Jr - McLaren 
Third-Place: Lance Stroll - Racing Point  

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Published: 09/11/2020