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Horner: These cars are so complicated that even small problems can cause big failures

Horner: These cars are so complicated that even small problems can cause big failures 10 February, 2014 Daniel Ricciardo's Red Bull RB10 breaks down at Jerez Reigning world champions Red Bull are not in panic mode despite a woeful debut for the Adrian Newey designed RB10 enduring an appalling four days of testing at Jerez late last month. Team principal Christian Horner, who has led the team to four consecutive Formula 1 world titles, told Sky Sport, '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. But these cars are so complicated that even small problems can cause big failures.' It is no...
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