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Mercedes tips Red Bull to bounce back

Getty Images Enlarge Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is expecting Red Bull to bounce back from its nightmare opening test in Jerez two weeks ago. While Mercedes was able to complete 309 laps and a race simulation over the first four days of pre-season testing, Red Bull completed just 21 laps and discovered several issues plaguing the new RB10. Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is confident his team will find the necessary solutions ahead of the start of the season and Wolff is wary of the reigning champions and their ability to fight back. "It's not good for Formula One that a manufacturer is in trouble, but I am sure that they will come back strongly - hopefully a bit less than...
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