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Horner: Red Bull ‘need to beat’ F1 rival Mercedes in Monaco

The Milton Keynes squad have only managed one victory from the opening four rounds of the season despite producing a car that looks just as fast - if not faster - than Mercedes’ 2021 challenger. Some excellent strategy calls from Mercedes and brilliant performances by Lewis Hamilton have so far limited Red Bull to a single win at Imola, but Horner is hopeful that Monaco’s unique tight and twisty nature should favour the strengths of the RB16B. “Sector 3 sometimes gives an indicative view of how the car could be at Monaco, so hopefully we should be competitive,” Horner said. “I think every Grand Prix this year bar Bahrain, there's been less than a tenth of a second between...
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