As to be expected, Ron Dennis has little sympathy for Red Bull's pre-season plight, saying some of their troubles are "self-inflicted."
Despite winning four Championship doubles on the trot, the new 2014 regulations appear to have knocked Red Bull off their stride.
The team struggle to keep the car going in pre-season testing with the RB10 covering just 183 laps compared to Williams' 438.
They were also woefully off the pace with Daniel Ricciardo's 1:35.743 putting him tenth on the timesheets, 2.485s slower than the P1 time.
And although the bulk of their issues have been blamed on their Renault engines, Dennis reckons there is more to the story.
"Some of what Red Bull is...
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