Mercedes executive director (business) Toto Wolff is expecting rivals Red Bull Racing to bounce back after a difficult opening test of the 2014 season in Jerez.
Wolff's team was able to complete 309 laps at the first four-day test two weeks ago, including a race simulation. In contrast, Red Bull managed just 21 laps with its new RB10 thanks to issues with the Renault V6 Turbo power-unit.
Christian Horner, Red Bull Racing team principal, is confident that the team can recover and says there is 'nothing major' to fix on the car. Wolff has tipped the Milton Keynes-based outfit to fight back.
''It's not good for Formula One that a manufacturer is in trouble, but I am sure that they will come...
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