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Red Bull: We're missing 165 horsepower to the leading Mercedes, about 30kph on the straights!

Red Bull: We're missing 165 horsepower to the leading Mercedes, about 30kph on the straights! 28 February, 2014 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull follows Kimi Raikkonen in Bahrain Crisis-struck world champions, Red Bull are hoping to merely survive the fast approaching Australian Grand Prix, the first race of the 2014 F1 World Championship season. The reigning world champion team looked to have taken a step forward as the final pre-season test began on Thursday in Bahrain. At the wheel of the troubled Renault-powered RB10, Daniel Ricciardo had a promising morning — until the latest technical problems left him stranded in the garage for most of the rest of the entire test day. Afterwards, the...
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