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Sebastian Vettel admitted he was unable to unleash Ferraris true pace on a day to forget for the German at the Monaco GP. A lack of grip seemed to be a problem for all drivers in Monte Carlo but Vettel struggled more than most, particularly in Practice Two when he collided with the barriers twice.Vettel first damaged his rear wing at Mirabeau before losing his back-end again at Sainte Devote, narrowly avoiding another accident but damaging the SF16-Hs alloys on his way to a disappointing ninth place. P2: Ricciardo fastest from Hamilton as Red Bull impressBoth the Scuderia and the four-time world champion and are under pressure to perform after an inconsistent start to the season, and he admitted it was a scrappy day despite finishing third in P1.I certainly tried a lot, not everything worked, he told Sky Sports F1. Overall it was a bit of a scrappy day. Its ok, I think the pace is in the car, we just struggled a bit to get it out today.Theres always pressure. Theres always the desire to do well. You could call it pressure but its also the reason we are here. Were not here to finish eighth, or fifth, were here to win. Ferrari chief Sergio Marchionne issued a stark warning ahead of the Spanish GP, stating he expected a first win of 2016 sooner rather than later. However, his team then failed to capitalise on both Mercedes crashing out in Barcelona.It was Red Bull who took their chances on that occasion, and again in Monaco the four-time constructors champions looked to be the Silver Arrows main rivals with their package suiting the low-speed corners at F1s showpiece event.Whens the Monaco GP on Sky?Daniel Ricciardo finished six tenths clear of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg in P2, while Kimi Raikkonen could only manage seventh and ninth on Thursday. But when asked if Ferrari were now the third fastest team, Vettel added:No. Its difficult to say what people did. As from us we didnt have a good day. If you look at the standings we do not belong there, we will be a lot better on Saturday.For today, it was not the main focus to rank high up. As I said, the running we had today was a bit scrappy. We tried a couple of things and its fair to say some of them didnt work. Also See: Ricciardo fastest from Hamilton Bianchis family to take legal action WATCH: F1 Report Monaco GP When is Monaco on Sky F1? Air Max 97 In Saldo . Already owning gold from competition in Vancouver in 2010, Loch posted a combined four-run time of 3:27.526. That included a track-record third run of 51. Air Max Plus Near Me . The Gatineau Olympiques head coach will lead Canada in its quest to end its gold medal drought at the 2015 world junior hockey championship held in Montreal and Toronto at the end of this year. http://www.airmaxshoponlineitalia.it/sco...270-outlet.html. Louis and Ryan Kesler have demanded to be traded. Vapormax Scarpe In Offerta . Watch all the action unfold live on TSN and TSN Mobile TV at 7:30pm et/4:30pm pt. You can also watch the game live with the debut of Wednesday Night Hockey on TSN.ca and chat throughout the game with TSN. Vapormax Prezzo Basso . Canadas 5-1 loss to Finland in the semifinal ranks as the tournaments most-watched game with a record 2.7 million viewers, the largest ever for a World Juniors game played outside of North America, and winning Saturday as the most-watched program on Canadian television.CONCORD, N.C. -- Sprint Cup points leader Jeff Gordon cut short his practice because of back spasms and the No. 24 team has Regan Smith on standby should the four-time champion not be able to run the Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday night. Gordon went just 11 laps Saturday before he told his crew he couldnt continue. He left out of a side door of his hauler and was escorted out of the track to get treatment. Crew chief Alan Gustafson said the team would not run the car in the final practice session and instead will get it ready for Sundays race. "Ive had some spasms in the past, but this one, it was a little bit different," said the 42-year-old Gordon. "And so I just want to really be cautious and take care of it. It doesnt do me any good to be in the car right now." Gustafson said the plan was for Gordon to start the longest event in NASCAR. Should the pain be too much, then Smith would take over the Hendrick Motorsports car. Gustafson said Gordon felt back pain after qualifying Thursday night and had hoped things would improve before Saturdays practice sessions. But "after the first run, we talked about it and it was pretty detrimental to him physically to continue," Gustafson said. Gordon said on Twitter he planned to rest and "be ready for 600 miles 2moro." The four-time series champion is having one of the steadiest starts of his career with eight top-10 finishes in the first 11 races. Gordon moved into the points lead following a second-place finish at Texas Motor Speedwway in early April and hes stayed out front ever since.dddddddddddd He cemented his place in the Sprint Cups championship Chase two weeks ago with a victory at Kansas Speedway. Gordon will start 27th and hope his back holds out for 400 laps around the 1.5-mile race track. "Luckily, we had a good 11 laps there and weve got our teammates and information that were going to be able to gather from them," Gordon said. "Its all coming together very fast right now." Gordon has had back spasms in the past and even considered retiring because of the severe pain. Regular treatment has kept the pain mostly in check and Gustafson hopes that will be the case again for Sunday. Doctors "will get him in the best condition he can and get him ready to run tomorrow," Gustafson said. This weeks race marks the 20th anniversary of Gordons first Sprint Cup victory. His crew chief then, Ray Evernham, said Gordon is much tougher than some believe and has raced through illness and pain before. "We won the Southern 500 (at Darlington) when he started throwing up halfway" through the race, said Evernham, currently working for Hendrick Motorsports. Evernham said Gordon believes his car is ready and is being smart by not hurting himself further by practicing. "Hell do everything he needs to do to get to feeling good and I know him and tomorrow night in that car, he may need some help getting out of it, but when hes in it, hes going to be at 100 per cent," Evernham said. ' ' '

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