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Horner: Merc one second clear

Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner has suggested that the World Champions will find it difficult to win races early this season, adding that Mercedes did not stretch themselves in Australia.Sunday's race in Melbourne lived up to the expectations of many, with Nico Rosberg taking the chequered flag for the Silver Arrows comfortably clear of the field. Engine problems meant that team-mate Lewis Hamilton joined World Champion Sebastian Vettel in early retirement, but any anxiety Red Bull felt after their pre-season reliability problems was eased considerably by Daniel Ricciardo's run to second place. That result remains provisional after Ricciardo's car was subsequently disqualified for...
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