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Horner sees Mercedes 'strong' at Silverstone and Paul Ricard

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner believes Mercedes will be a force to be reckoned with in the next couple of races, starting next weekend at Silverstone. Mercedes is still dealing will the bouncing issues that have impacted the performance of its W13 car, but the Brackley squad appeared to have made a slight step forward with its new-generation car in Canada where Lewis Hamilton and George Russell finished respectively third and fourth. By the championship winning team's own admittance, it still has a way to go before it can hope joining the fight at the front of the field between Red Bull and Ferrari. But Horner suggests that Mercedes could be in the mix next weekend around...
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