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Horner sees red over Ferrari's 'insane' power advantage

Red Bull has admitted that it was shocked to see how much more power Ferrari had been able to bring to the British Grand Prix at the weekend, compared to the performance of its own Renault engines. "We were just hugely exposed [on Sunday], in both defence and attack," team principal Christian Horner said. He said that the difference had been particularly apparent when the race restarted after a safety car period, with Max Verstappen vying for position with Kimi Raikkonen. "You could see at the restart with Kimi: it was a bit like Mexico 2015 the amount of additional power," Horner said. "We ran our qualifying mode at the restart versus Kimi's and you can see the...
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