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Hungary a good opportunity for Red Bull

Christian Horner believes the Hungarian Grand Prix will be “a good opportunity” for Red Bull to attack Mercedes. While Mercedes has been dominant so far this year, Red Bull's deficit to the championship leaders has been almost completely down to the power unit. As a result, Daniel Ricciardo was able to push Lewis Hamilton very close for second place in Monaco, and with Hungary being a tight track made up of short straights Horner is hopeful of another challenge from Red Bull. “Hungary is a good opportunity for us,” Horner said. “Singapore not too far away... So it will be interesting to see how the car performs in Hungary. Of course Mercedes is in a great position but hopefully...
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