Lewis Hamilton said finishing second at Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix was more painful than his second place finish in Australia at the start of the season.
Mercedes' pole-sitter Valtteri Bottas struggled for pace with a tyre pressure issue on Sunday while it is accepted Ferrari have a general advantage in high temperatures - where the relationship between vehicle and tyre alters.
When Lance Stroll and Carlos Sainz Jr. ended up making contact with each other, it was the Mercedes drivers who pitted.
"I wouldn't call it a success because losing two places from the starting position is not good".
"It was a great team effort today and I felt like we are quick".
Bottas replaced Rosberg at Mercedes after the German driver stunned F1 by announcing he was retiring just days after snatching the world title away from Hamilton.
"I genuinely thought we had a chance to win", Ricciardo said.
It was Vettel's second win of the season, his third in Bahrain and the 44th of his career. "But the five-second penalty made that twice as hard".
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Hamilton then showed some good pace as he again overtook Bottas, and eventually managed to cut Vettel's lead from 19 seconds to 5.8 seconds by lap 54.
Ferrari are also expected to challenge Mercedes for constructors' championship this season after years of domination by the Germany-based team.
Hamilton was hit with a five-second time penalty for impeding Daniel Ricciardo in the pit lane and this saw Mercedes change its strategy and keep its star driver out for longer before making a final stop which clearly meant that Hamilton would go after Vettel in the closing laps of the race. But with five laps to go, Vettel stabilised the margin, and in the end was a comfortable victor with more than six seconds to spare. Bottas came in first, which pushed back Hamilton's stop. Wolff thinks the problems masked the true pace of the world champions, who had locked out the front row of the grid by 0.4s on Saturday.
Turvey returned to the track for the concluding hour and completed a further 15 laps, but he was almost four seconds adrift of Hamilton's best lap and slowest of all the 12 times set.
Felipe Massa finished sixth for Williams, a well-received Easter Sunday birthday gift for team boss Sir Frank Williams who is 75, with Sergio Perez taking seventh for Force India.
"I never raced with less power in my life", the Spaniard told his team.
"Our focus was on advancing our understanding of the tyres and also the rear of the vehicle so that we can improve our long runs".
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Those involved in the bidding process say the team's price tag could go from $800 million to $1.6 billion. In its most recent valuation in 2016, Forbes estimated the franchise is now worth $675 million.
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari made the announcement after the cabinet meeting today. In the past months the newly elected chief ministers of Punjab and Uttar Pradesh banned the beacons for state officials.
He added that Japan needed to apply pressure on Pyongyang to "seriously respond to a dialogue" with the worldwide community. In Beijing, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi made a new appeal Tuesday for calm on the Korean Peninsula.
Stephens was the target of an intense manhunt in the Easter Sunday slaying of mechanic Robert Godwin in Cleveland. Stephens claimed on Facebook that he had killed more people, but so far, police don't know of any other victims.
Defence expert Tosh Minohara of Kobe University said: "America's sword is still in the scabbard and hasn't been drawn yet". North Korea has conducted five nuclear tests, including two a year ago . "Now is the time to stop [them]".
The news conference was scheduled to be held as Trump nears the 100-day benchmark of his presidency on April 29. VA Secretary David Shulkin said the measure was an example of "how we are making things better" for veterans.
He only got eight shots in the first game and only 13 in the second game, but he's a special talent and deserves to have more. He's a 5-foot-9-point guard - and a helluva player at that - but is asked to do too much for a player of his size.
Much like the first leg, Madrid weathered the early storm and had plenty of chances to go in front before half time. Real boss Zidane said: "We played 120 minutes and in the end some players have finished a bit worse for wear".
The North's propaganda outlet Uriminzokkiri also took an aim at Washington's plot to strengthen sanctions against Pyongyang. The latest draft statement dropped "through dialogue" and Russian Federation requested it be included again.
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Egyptian cabinet approves state of emergency
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Britain's prime minister to seek early election on June 8
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Isaiah Thomas to play Game 2, then fly to sister's funeral
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