Mexico City: Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari had a day to forget in Sunday's Mexican Grand Prix as the team suffered their first double retirement since the 2006 Australian GP.
Kimi Raikkonen retired after a collision with Finnish compatriot Valtteri Bottas of Williams while Vettel had an incident-packed race before crashing out on lap 50, having survived a first lap collision with Autralian Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull.
"I had a bad start," said Vettel. "These things happen — it's racing. The race was pretty much lost. I tried to come back, but two mistakes did not help."
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