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Horner hopes win acts as motivation for Renault

Sutton Images Enlarge Christian Horner is confident Red Bull's victory at the Canadian Grand Prix will act as motivation for Renault to close the gap in engine performance to Mercedes. Daniel Ricciardo took the team's first victory of the season, but only after the two Mercedes suffered MGU-K failures, stripping Nico Rosberg of roughly 150bhp and forcing Lewis Hamilton to retire with rear brake failure. Ricciardo managed to capitalise on Mercedes' issues, but Horner said he is under no illusions over the gap in performance the Renault power unit still has to Mercedes. "Let's not beat about the bush, Mercedes were the quickest cars today and ran into their issues, whatever they...
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