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Red Bull focused on improving engine performance

Red Bull/Getty Images Red Bull chief designer Rob Marshall says he is confident that the reigning world champions will be able to unlock the potential of the RB10 with the initial focus being on improving the Renault power unit. Red Bull endured a challenging pre-season testing campaign but has shown potential during the races, with Sebastian Vettel collecting a podium finish in Malaysia. The team is currently in fourth place in the constructors' championship and Marshall insists that, despite Red Bull's pre-season form, they was not surprised by competing for the top three positions in Australia. "It was pleasant, but not too much of a surprise," he said. "We struggled a...
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