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Rosberg waits on Red Bull gap

Nico Rosberg says the gap between Mercedes and Red Bull is an unknown heading in to the Austrian Grand Prix. Daniel Ricciardo took advantage of problems for the two Mercedes cars to win the last race in Canada, while he was a close third behind Lewis Hamilton in Monaco a fortnight earlier. However, despite those results Rosberg says the track characteristics will have masked the actual performance gap between the two teams. “Red Bull is more close? Maybe a little bit, I'm not sure,” Rosberg said. “We just have to wait and see. The thing is we've had two very unusual tracks. Monaco and Canada are two very unique tracks, so we'll just have to wait and see where they are now but I...
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