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Horner: Montreal the real test

Christian Horner believes Red Bull will really be able to gauge how much progress it has made at next weekend's Canadian Grand Prix. Red Bull was clearly close to Mercedes on pace in Monaco, with Daniel Ricciardo able to close down Lewis Hamilton – who was struggling with dirt in his eye – during the final stint but ultimately thwarted in his attempts to pass. However, with the main performance deficit coming from the Renault power unit Monaco played in to the hands of Red Bull, while the high-speed nature of Montreal will be a much tougher test. Horner admitted the team was unlikely to be as close to Mercedes as in Monaco but feels it will show just how far Red Bull has come since its...
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