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Horner: Championship far from over

Christian Horner says Red Bull's win in Canada proves that the championship still has a long way to run. Daniel Ricciardo overtook an ailing Nico Rosberg in the closing stages of the Canadian Grand Prix to take his first F1 victory, while Sebastian Vettel managed to get ahead of Sergio Perez at the end of the penultimate lap to finish third. While Mercedes has a 119 point lead in the constructors' championship, Horner said the return for Red Bull in Montreal shows that the championship is far from over. “We've taken 40 points out of [the Canadian Grand Prix], so we've taken 22 points out of them,” Horner said. “It's the first time we've outscored them all year, it's the first time...
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