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Horner staying realistic about Red Bull championship chances

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has played down speculation that his team could be challenging for the 2019 world championship. Having switched from Renault power to Honda, the team secured Honda's first podium finish since returning to the sport in 2015 after Max Verstappen's third-place finish in Melbourne. Despite beating Sebastian Vettel in the Ferrari for the final podium place and challenging Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton for second, Horner remained cautious about the team's chances ahead of the second race of the season. “I think it’s too early to talk about championships, but certainly to be on the podium is a great moment for Honda,” he told N....
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