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Horner: No rush to switch focus to 2015 car

+ Red Bull has no intention of writing off the development of its 2014 car to favour the development of its 2015 design, with Christian Horner insisting the team will fight all the way to the end of the season in Abu Dhabi. While admitting that it would now require a “catastrophic” mistake on the part of Mercedes to hand Red Bull any chance of either championship – with the Milton Keynes-based squad now 178 points behind its rivals in the constructors’ standings – Horner is adamant his team will continue to fight on hard for the remainder of 2014, with little to be gained from an early switch in development focus to next year. “I can't speak for other teams but this team...
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