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Monaco? Ferrari can win every race - Andretti

25 May 2017

"I am confident we have the tools, so it is up to us to have the right set-up to get into the groove and have the confidence".

Vettel has won two of the opening five races and arrives at the Monaco Grand Prix with a six-point advantage over Lewis Hamilton in the drivers' championship.

"I think the most important is that we were there", he said, when asked about if he needed to strike back with a win soon.

"On one side, this is very exciting and challenging, but on the other side, it is going to stretch us to our limits".

"Am I surprised to watch Ferrari being able to win?"

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Mario Andretti believes Ferrari are capable of winning every race, starting with this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix, after a fine re-establishment of their Formula One title credentials. But this season I have re-discovered why I love the sport.

Following three years of Mercedes domination between 2014 and 2016, Ferrari has made significant ground on its rivals thanks to a successful transition into F1's new aerodynamic regulations. Because of that, the feeling is even greater when you manage to come out on top.

"Coming back now as a World Champion, that's going to be fantastic".

Daniel Ricciardo, who lost a near-certain victory past year due to a Red Bull tactical bungle, will also be a threat to the leaders in what is expected to be an intriguing scrap in qualifying and the race.

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"Yes. I think it is possible", he said. Instead, he will be in Indianapolis, readying himself to take the start at the Indy 500, and while this is certainly a loss for Formula 1 at it's most glamorous event, things aren't really that bad, as we will be able to enjoy the company of another world champion in his auto in the form of Jenson Button!

"There are a handful of teams that spend an extraordinary amount that aren't really spending to create something that enhances the consumer experience, F1's new "supremo" told reporters".

"We can only hope that there will be more of a challenge up there".

"I think we have a very strong package and a very strong team, so we don't have anything to be afraid of", explained the German on Wednesday.

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