Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner says he is not expecting a change in fortunes after Formula 1′s summer break.
The Milton-Keynes based outfit returned from the break last year and dominated the second half of the 2013 season, with Sebastian Vettel winning nine consecutive races.
However, the team's run of success has failed to carry over to 2014, with six podium finishes – including one victory in Canada – from the first 10 races as Mercedes runs away with both championships.
Horner does not expect the team to make a considerable step forward after the mid-season pause. 'In all honesty it’s probably unlikely,' he said in the Friday FIA press conference....
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