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Ex-Mercedes employee reveals insider W14 knowledge as he makes surprising Red Bull prediction

Williams team principal James Vowles believes Red Bull won't run away and dominate the championship this season, with the former Mercedes employee having identified tracks that Mercedes and Ferrari will be much stronger at than they were in Bahrain. Red Bull were sensational at the season-opener, with the Austrians having cruised to a stunning 1-2 at the Bahrain International Circuit, whilst Ferrari and Mercedes struggled. Many saw this as a sign that Red Bull will cruise to the title again this season; however, Vowles believes the Milton Keynes-based side will be pushed much harder by Ferrari at this weekend's Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. “Do I think Red Bull will dominate the first part...
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