Ferrari's German driver Sebastian Vettel returns to the pit during the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka Circuit on October 8, 2017. REUTERS/Kazuhiro Nogi/Pool
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Ferrari's continuing reliability woes have robbed Formula One fans and Mercedes of the thrilling battle they had been hoping for, last year's world champion Nico Rosberg said Sunday.The German, who had to fight down to the last race before securing his title, expressed disappointment at the latest in a sequence of setbacks for Ferrari's leading contender Sebastian Vettel.Vettel returned to the pits and stepped out of the car after four laps of the Japanese Grand Prix, leaving Lewis Hamilton to win for Mercedes and forge 59 points clear with four races remaining.Depending on results, Hamilton could win his fourth title at the next race in the United States on Oct. 22 .Hamilton also felt for a rival suffering through no fault of his own.
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