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Horner: Renault to blame for problems

Red Bull Principal Christian Horner believes the majority of the team's problems so far this year will be solved when the issues with Renault's power units are resolved. Despite struggling in preseason, Red Bull were encouraged in Australia last week when Daniel Ricciardo surprised the paddock to finish second before being excluded from the race. The Australian finished almost 25 seconds behind winner Nico Rosberg, though, a margin that would have been bigger had a safety car not bunched up the pack just before the first round of pit stops. While Horner remains optimistic of Red Bull's chances in 2014, he admitted that the Mercedes engine is far more powerful than its Renault counterpart....
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