Christian Horner with his generals on the Red Bull pit wall
Red Bull arrive in Monte Carlo upbeat, knowing that at the Monaco Grand Prix they have their best chance to halt Mercedes' dominance, of the 2014 Formula 1 world championship, with their RB10 which by all accounts is a pretty handy chassis, only lacking an effective power unit to do the business.
Ahead of the most prestigious race weekend on the Formula 1 calendar, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner told PA, 'We know we have a very good chassis, we can see that. It is a matter of working with Renault to get the most out of the engine because at the end of the day the car has to work as a package. So we are supporting as much...
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