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18 hour shifts to end Red Bull crisis says Marko

Red Bull is "slaving around the clock" to solve its problems ahead of next weekend's season-opening Australian grand prix. It is emerging that, amid the reigning world champions' obvious problems with engine partner Renault and the new turbo V6 'power unit', the actual basic design of the Adrian Newey-penned RB10 is sound. Lewis Hamilton calls the car "stunning", and McLaren's Jenson Button thinks it is also fast. "I was with (Daniel) Ricciardo for several laps and he couldn't pass me on the straights," said the Briton at the end of pre-season testing in Bahrain. "He passed me on the outside of turn 11, which is high speed -- I've never seen anything like...
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