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Montreal will be a challenge - Horner

Christian Horner expects Red Bull to struggle to keep up with the Mercedes-powered cars during this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix. After starting the season slowly, Red Bull was clearly the second fastest cars in Spain and Monte Carlo, but according to the Red Bull Team Principal, the characteristics of the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve will suit the Mercedes cars. The long straights in particular, where the difference in engine power between the Mercedes and Renault engines are the most accentuated, is a cause of concern for Red Bull. "I think Montreal is going to be a challenging race for us and it will be interesting to see how we fare there," Horner told Autosport. "Renault...
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