Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner has defended Adrian Newey's daring take on the new 2014 technical regulations, saying there is 'nothing major' to fix with the RB10.
The team's 2014 car managed just 21 laps of the Jerez circuit at the opening winter test. In contrast, rivals Mercedes completed 309 laps with its new W05. The RB10 suffered overheating and packaging issues with the new Renault power-unit, but Horner insists that there are no big problems that need fixing.
'There's a few things we needed to tighten up on our side but nothing major and obviously Renault have some issues that they are tidying up as well,' he told Sky Sports News. 'But these cars are so complicated...
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