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More time needed at Red Bull

Following a disappointing test in Bahrain last week, Red Bull are faced with a race against time to have a competitive car by the time the season starts in Australia next month. The reigning Constructors' Champions had a disappointing time at the Sakhir circuit last week, where both Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo struggled with reliability. Vettel didn't leave his garage at all on the first morning of testing and only made an appearance on track 45 minutes before the session was called off. On the second day, though, the German had a much better time of it and completed 59 laps in his RB10. Ricciardo's time in the new Red Bull car were cut short by technical issues on days three and...
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