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Horner: We're keeping the hammer down

Christian Horner wary of Mercedes dominance Formula 1 world champion team boss Christian Horner has admitted it is unlikely Red Bull will close the gap to dominant Mercedes in 2014, but this does not mean they are giving up on the tile hunt just yet. Horner, however, doubts Red Bull can overcome or compensate for what he describes as a 65 horse power deficit to dominant Mercedes through the summer break and the remaining eight races of 2014. 'In all honesty it's probably unlikely,' he said. 'If you look at the gap, it's a significant gap. Last year was more of a level playing field on the power unit side. But obviously with the big regulation change, Mercedes are in a position of real...
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