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Horner not waiting for Mercedes implosion

Christian Horner says he is not pinning his hopes on Red Bull being able to pick up the pieces of a fractious driver partnership Mercedes. Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg were central to the Monaco Grand Prix weekend as Rosberg won from pole position to retake the championship lead, with Hamilton fuming over what he believed to be a deliberate error made by Rosberg during qualifying. With Red Bull having closed the gap to Mercedes in Monaco as Daniel Ricciardo pushed Hamilton to the flag in the fight for second place, Horner was asked if he was hoping the situation would deteriorate to the stage where Red Bull can profit. “Not really,” Horner said. “It's part of sport and I'm just...
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