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Red Bull reveals Ricciardo’s Monaco winning RB14 was 25% down on power

Daniel Ricciardo made his second F1 victory in the season on Sunday when he overcame serious power problems to claim a cherished and redemptive achievement for Red Bull at the Monaco Grand Prix. Following the race Red Bull has revealed that Ricciardo secured the Monaco Grand Prix top podium with a car that was 25% down on power, following suffering an MGU-K failure early in the race. After the 20 laps of 78-lap street race, Ricciardo reported a sudden power loss which the team immediately attributed to an MGU-K failure. 'He has lost about 25% of the power of the engine,' Horner told Sky. 'And then because of the way these engines work, his rear brake temperatures are going through the...
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