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Crisis struck Red Bull turn to junior team Toro Rosso for help

Crisis struck Red Bull turn to junior team Toro Rosso for help 5 March, 2014 Red Bull's preseason technical crisis is plunging to new depths, with news emerging that the reigning Formula 1 world champions are calling upon junior team Toro Rosso for help. Autosprint reports that Red Bull has asked the Faenza based sister team for assistance on the all-new brake by wire technology, which is tied in with the highly-sophisticated ERS systems. 'The fact that Red Bull wants to use someone else's (system) says a lot about the size of Red Bull's other problems,' said veteran correspondent Alberto Antonini. One of those bigger problems is with extreme turbo lag, Red Bull's Helmut Marko admits. 'You...
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