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Horner: 90 per cent of issues are software related

– Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner says that 90 per cent of the problems plaguing the RB10 are software related. Red Bull endured a troublesome Australian Grand Prix as World Champion Sebastian Vettel retired early in the race after a power issue, while Daniel Ricciardo was excluded from second place after breaching the fuel flow rate - an accusation which Red Bull contests. "90 per cent of the issues are software-related - how the energy recovery system is working with the combustion engine," Horner said. "We're tremendously restricted in the driveability of the car - how the torque is delivered - which obviously affects straightline speeds. I think there is...
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