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Horner: Renault were not ready, they started too late

Christian Horner It is no secret that the dip in form afflicting Red Bull this season can be attributed to their Renault built power unit simply not delivering at the level of pace setters Mercedes, which team principal Christian Horner puts down to the French manufacturer being unprepared for Formula 1′s new V6 turbo era. Horner told Sky Sports, 'It's quite simple really: we've had a massive engine regulation change and Renault have turned up and they weren't as ready as some of their competitors were.' 'So we've been playing catch-up. They're working tremendously hard at it and we're slowly closing that gap down. As you can see we've got a very good chassis, I just think that they...
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