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Red Bull weary after strong Mercedes showing on Friday

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has conceded that Mercedes' pace so far during the Australian Grand Prix weekend has caught them his team by surprise. Throughout winter testing, the Milton-Keynes-based team projected itself to be within range of Ferrari and ahead of Mercedes however, after Friday running saw Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton top both sessions, Horner admitted that their pace looked stronger than his team initially anticipated. “Mercedes looked quick in that second session, the times that both their drivers turned out looked pretty quick,” Horner told Sky Sports.  “Ferrari look like they underdelivered to what we thought they had in testing and our...
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