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Bulls: Merc inroads vital soon

Christian Horner insists Red Bull and Renault aren't yet resigned to a season of Mercedes domination but concedes the World Champions must "start making inroads" into their rivals' advantage when F1 returns to Europe. Having predicted that the early-season pacesetters would streak further clear in Bahrain owing to the power-dominated nature of the circuit, Horner duly saw Mercedes secure their third successive victory, and second straight one-two, while his two cars came home fourth and sixth. Pending the outcome of their appeal next week against Ricciardo's exclusion from the Australian GP, the Bahrain results mean Red Bull head to the next race in China trailing Mercedes by 38...
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