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Rosberg: Don’t take Red Bull by their word

– Nico Rosberg has dismissed suggestions by Red Bull boss Christian Horner that Mercedes could finish two laps ahead of the opposition at this weekend's Australian Grand Prix. Mercedes are the favourites to succeed in Melbourne, scene of the opening round in the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship, however, speaking in the countdown to practice on Friday, Rosberg told reporters that ‘anything is possible’ at Albert Park. Indeed he believes reliability will be the crucial factor - and not only in Oz, but in the first few grand’s prix. “Never take them [Red Bull] 100 per cent by their word just before the first race,” Rosberg stated. “We have to be very careful and, of...
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