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Lauda rejects reports Mercedes has 80 horsepower advantage

Christian Horner with Helmut Marko and Niki Lauda Niki Lauda has rejected suggestions Renault is trailing the pace, with the all new V6 turbo power units, by a around 80 horsepower. Red Bull's Helmut Marko has mentioned the figure – dominant Mercedes' supposed advantage with its field-leading turbo V6 – on several occasions in the past weeks. But Lauda, the Mercedes team chairman, said on Saturday: 'How can anyone really know? 'The answer is that no one knows the horse power figures; not Mercedes, not Renault, not Ferrari,' he told German television RTL in Shanghai. 'We all know roughly what our engines are producing, but not the differences,' triple world champion Lauda...
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