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Marko: Our software guys now slave around the clock on 18 hour shifts

Marko: Our software guys now slave around the clock on 18 hour shifts 6 March, 2014 According to Red Bull motorsport consultant the world champion team is slaving around the clock to solve its problems ahead of next weekend's season-opening Australian Grand Prix. Marko revealed to Bild that Red Bull and Renault are working hard together in the remaining days until Melbourne, 'We have so much to do, especially the guys responsible for the software who will now slave around the clock on 18 hour shifts. But whoever can win together, can also work hard together.' Marko said the team's normal development processes are also working well ahead of the new season. 'Our measurements have shown...
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