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Title not won in Melbourne - Mateschitz

Daniel Ricciardo inspects the RB10 during a troublesome week in Jerez PA Images Enlarge Dietrich Mateschitz has played down Red Bull's early struggles in Jerez, insisting a slow start in the championship would not spell the end of the team's title ambitions. Red Bull suffered a nightmare start to pre-season, chalking up just 20 laps in Jerez as they were hit with numerous problems throughout the week. Teams such as Mercedes and McLaren took big steps forward in Jerez and will arrive at the next test in Bahrain looking to further increase their advantage over the reigning champions. But team owner Mateschitz is not panicking about Red Bull's struggles to get to grips with the Renault...
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