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Horner admits Red Bull 'not as competitive' in 2019

May 17 Christian Horner has admitted that Red Bull has taken a slight step backwards compared to 2018. The team switched from customer Renault power to a works Honda collaboration for 2019, and Red Bull officials say they are delighted with the move. But Horner admitted: "We are not as competitive as we were at the end of last season for a number of reasons." One of those reasons, he told Speed Week, is the "stiffer" Pirelli tyres, adding: "The combination of that and the new aerodynamic concept did not help us. "Changing the front wing concept is a difficult business and we need some time to be faster. But we are on the right track," Horner said....
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