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Five reasons why Red Bull may not win a fifth straight title

Over the past four years, Red Bull has stamped its dominance over Formula One, particularly after its lulling display during the 2011 and the 2013 seasons. It’s easy to bet that this momentum would roll over in 2014 as well although there are no guarantees. There have been several signs that changes at the top of the order are afoot… 1. EBD PUT TO BED; REGULATION CHANGES AP Photo/Silvia Izquierdo One of the prime advantages that Red Bull could elicit from its car was the downforce created by the exhaust-blown diffuser, coupled with Sebastian Vettel’s ability to adapt to it. With clampdowns on exhaust in 2014, the world champions could be severely handicapped. For...
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