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Red Bull hoping for fast start to 2018 in Australia

The Red Bull Racing team is hoping to see some immediate success in the first race of the 2018 season next weekend. In last year's Australian Grand Prix, Max Verstappen finished in fifth place behind the Ferrari and Mercedes cars. His team mate Daniel Ricciardo retired mid-way through the race with power unit issues. "Melbourne in 2017 was a combination of my errors and some misfortune," Ricciardo recalled. "I crashed in qualifying and then we had a technical issue for the race. "We were all putting our hand up saying 'my fault' last year," he said, before adding that he intended a very different home race this time around. Red Bull ready to call back Sainz if...
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