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Red Bull might struggle, Marko admits

Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko has admitted that the Milton Keynes might not be able to make up their early season deficit after the defending Constructors' Champions' disastrous pre-season tests Spain and Bahrain. During an interview with Red Bull's in-house Servus TV network, Marko admitted that Red Bull are probably months behind their title rivals in terms of development of their 2014 car. "The season opener is coming at least two months too early for us," Marko said on the Sport und Talk programme. "We are not where we should be." The Austrian believes the biggest problem Red Bull has going into the season is that their title rivals had significant more time on...
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