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Red Bull fear the gap to Mercedes will not be reduced easily but target Europe for turnaround

Red Bull fear the gap to Mercedes will not be reduced easily but target Europe for turnaround 9 April, 2014 Reigning world champion team Red Bull is hoping to be at least within reach of dominant Mercedes in the space of a month, but acknowledge there will not be a quick fix to close the gap. After controlled race victories for the German squad in Australia and Malaysia, the Mercedes duo of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg pushed each other hard in a long wheel-to-wheel battle out the front in Bahrain. Red Bull team boss Christian Horner said it was 'the first time we saw their (Mercedes') true potential', amounting to a two second per lap advantage to the rest of the field. He warned: 'In...
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