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Red Bull team principal Christian Horner believes that engine supplier Renault is roughly six months behind the development curve compared to rivals Mercedes - and insists the outfit has options for 2016.
Rumours have circulated in the paddock across the last few weeks that the reigning champions are considering ditching Renault once the current contract ends in 2015 - a rumour which Horner did not deny on Tuesday. "The thing about a team like Red Bull is we always have options, and I'm not going to disclose what they are here," he said ahead of this weekend's British Grand Prix.
"We want to run at the front, we want to be competitive, and in order to...
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