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Red Bull 'very much in Renault's hands' - Horner

Red Bull are pushing hard to catch Mercedes, but team principal Christian Horner says it very much depends on what Renault can do on the engine side if they're to close the gap further. Whilst Mercedes are still some distance ahead, the gap was closed slightly in Monaco as Daniel Ricciardo was for the first time able to fight for position. However that is likely down to the characteristics of the Monaco street circuit which relies on downforce over engine power and straight-line speed. Horner recognises this fact and is therefore pushing for Renault and fuel supplier Total, to bring upgrades to the Canadian GP which is an engine dominant circuit. "We're very much in Renault's...
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