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Horner sure deficit is solely engine

Christian Horner is sure that the deficit from Red Bull to Mercedes is solely down to the new power units.Nico Rosberg won the Australian Grand Prix by almost 25 seconds from Daniel Ricciardo on Sunday before Ricciardo was excluded from the results. That margin came even after a safety car period had bunched up the pack during the race, and Horner admitted that the signs were that Mercedes has a large pace advantage over his team.“They controlled the race, I'm sure they didn't fully extend themselves and it looks like they have at least a second in the pocket at the moment,” Horner said. “I would say on average it's about a second a lap, so that's about what we have to find.”Asked...
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