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Australia two months too soon, says Marko

– Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko has suggested that the double title-holding outfit finds itself two months behind its rivals ahead of the opening round in Australia, after enduring a disastrous testing period. The Milton Keynes-based squad failed to rack up meaningful mileage over the trio of pre-season gatherings, with Renault's new turbocharged power unit proving troublesome and the RB10 suffering from cooling problems. And during an interview on Red Bull's Servus TV channel, Marko said a massive challenge lies ahead. "The opening race comes at least two months too early for us. This is a very serious matter," Marko stated. "At the moment we do not know in what time...
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