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Horner: 'We're at 65%'

Christian Horner believes that no short-term solutions for Renault’s engine deficit to Mercedes will be found overnight and added that without rain (an unlikely occurance in Bahrain), the German manufacturers advantage could even be extended this weekend. 'I think their (Mercedes) advantage in Bahrain will possibly be larger than it was in Malaysia, because that is quite a power dominated circuit,' said Horner. “It’s a big gap and I think they (Mercedes) have plenty up their sleeve at the moment and I think we’ve done incredibly well to get close to them this weekend. Considering what we’re doing with the engine it’s beyond expectation.” So just where where is Renault at? And...
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