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Horner: Encouraging signs for Red Bull

Even though their lead driver finished almost 50 seconds behind the leaders, Red Bull believe they are closing the gap to the pace-setting Mercedes duo. For the fourth consecutive race, Mercedes pair Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg secured a one-two finish for the Brackley outfit in Spain last week. Starting from third on the grid in Barcelona, Daniel Ricciardo claimed his first podium for Red Bull, with his team-mate Sebastian Vettel finishing another place further behind after carving through the field having started in 15th place. Red Bull's chances of challenging the front of the grid at the Circuit de Catalunya were over after the first few laps, since Ricciardo lost a place to the...
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