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Smedley: Red Bull ‘hugely impressive’

Rob Smedley believes Red Bull has produced a “hugely impressive” car this season and that it will quickly challenge Mercedes if Renault can deliver more power. The Spanish Grand Prix saw Red Bull clearly emerge as the second-fastest team as Daniel Ricciardo finished in a comfortably third place and Sebastian Vettel climbed through the field from 15th on the grid to finish fourth. With Mercedes winning by a big margin, Smedley was asked if the championship fights are already effectively over but he feels Red Bull has the potential to turn the tables in a short space of time. “I think it would be fairly pessimistic to say that this year has gone,” Smedley said. “If I just talk...
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