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Horner: Very hard to bring continuous development

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner revealed that continuous car development during the 2022 Formula 1 season is very hard due to the cost cap and current inflation. The Briton was reviewing his team's campaign so far in 2022 after Miami, while looking ahead to the upcoming Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona. It has been a tale of two teams this year as Red Bull and Ferrari, lead by their aces Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc, battled for F1 supremacy as Mercedes find themselves dealing with one their toughest seasons to date, having dropped the ball big time with their W13. Horner was quoted by F1's official website saying: 'You saw in Imola how quickly things can move around and I think...
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