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Horner: I hope we'll be more competitive in Hungary

Hungary's greater emphasis on cornering speed should make Red Bull more competitive relative to rivals Mercedes, says team boss Christian Horner. Expecting to challenge Mercedes coming into the opening two races of the 2020 Formula 1 season in Austria, Red Bull instead experienced a rude awakening with the Black Arrows considerably faster. At the same time, the data gathered in Spielberg has given Horner hope he can narrow the gap at the Hungaroring. “Their straight line speed is impressive,” he told reporters after the Styrian Grand Prix. “There is not much there is cornering speed, there are some corners we are better, some not we are quite as good, but certainly on this track...
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