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Horner: 'Nothing major wrong'

Christian Horner has defended Adrian Newey's bold design for Red Bull's hitherto-malfunctioning RB10 and insisted the car's flaws are "nothing major". During what proved to be a nightmare week for the team, Red Bull and their RB10 charger - hailed by Horner on its birth as the "most complicated car in the history of Formula 1" - completed a meagre 21 laps over four days of testing in Jerez. By contrast, Mercedes, the newly-installed favourites for the Constructors' Championship, put over 300 under the belt of their W05 as they stole an early march on the reigning World Champions. Red Bull's acute shortage of running, in part a consequence of Renault's struggles with...
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