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Horner: We will fight all the way to Abu Dhabi

Christian Horner not giving up After four years of huge success, 2014 has been a relatively barren season for Red Bull who have only won one grand prix but this is no deterrent for the reigning Formula 1 world champions whose team principal is adamant that they will fight all the way to the final race of the season. Speaking ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix, Horner told media, 'I can't speak for other teams, but this team will fight all the way to Abu Dhabi because everything we learn this year has a relevance for next year. Obviously, Mercedes will have to do something pretty catastrophic to lose this championship.' Daniel Ricciardo scored the team's only victory so far this season when...
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