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Horner: Bulls must making inroads

Christian Horner says Red Bull and Renault need to begin making "inroads" into Mercedes' lead when F1 heads to Europe next month. Three races into this season and it has been all Mercedes with Lewis Hamilton taking two victories and Nico Rosberg one. Added to that, Mercedes also claimed back-to-back 1-2s in Malaysia and Bahrain. Red Bull have been left to fight for the podium but fell short in Bahrain where Daniel Ricciardo was fourth to Sebastian Vettel's sixth. As a result, the reigning World Champions are well off the pace in the title races, sitting on 35 points compared to Mercedes' 111. Horner, though, insists all is not lost but that Red Bull and Renault need to start...
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