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Horner expects gap to Mercedes to grow in Bahrain

Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner admits that he expects the gap between his team and current F1 pacesetter Mercedes to extend at round three in Bahrain this weekend.While RBR has been the team to take the fight to the Silver Arrows, with Daniel Ricciardo's disputed second place in Australia followed up by a podium appearance for Sebastian Vettel in Malaysia, Horner acknowledges that Mercedes has done a better job with its new engine technology, giving Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton a head-start in the championship race.The Anglo-German pairing has claimed a win apiece from the first two rounds, and Horner expects them to be the ones to beat in Sakhir this weekend, even though RBR...
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