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Lauda is convinced Red Bull will bounce back to front

Lauda is convinced Red Bull will bounce back to front 4 March, 2014 Niki Lauda with Stefano Domenicali and Helmut Marko in Bahrain Mercedes F1 boss Niki Lauda believes Red Bull's problems are temporary, and warns that the world champions will bounce back. Speaking on Sport and Talk Tv show, Lauda said, 'Red Bull should not be underestimated, even if it looks bad now, the catch-up phase could be very brief. I am convinced thereafter they will be at the front.' The Austrian Formula 1 legend says that there has not been enough testing and that additional mileage would not only benefit Red Bull but all teams. 'There was too little testing time available, which is why I believe only half the...
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