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Horner confirms Gasly "gets a lot of support from Red Bull"

Christian Horner has said that the team fully backs Pierre Gasly despite his slightly slow start in the Red Bull seat. The Frenchman had another disappointing result last weekend in Baku after a number of penalties saw him start in the pitlane and then an issue with his car forced him to retire from the race. Despite this Horner is still confident Gasly is the right man. 
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