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Red Bull 'a bit in no-man's land'

Planet F1
Christian Horner believes Red Bull could yet play a role in this year's Drivers' Championship, they just need to mix it up with the “big boys.” Last season Red Bull finished runner-up to Mercedes having overhauled Ferrari. This year, though, they have ...


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Daniel Ricciardo's Red Bull team 'a bit in no-man's land'

The Sydney Morning Herald
Daniel Ricciardo's Red Bull team are "a bit in no-mans land" until they get a Renault engine upgrade that could transform their formula one season, ...

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Motor racing: Red Bull 'a bit in no-man's land', says Horner

Reuters
LONDON Red Bull are "a bit in no-mans land" until they get a Renault engine upgrade that could transform their Formula One season, according to team principal Christian Horner. The former world champions are third in the standings after five races, ...

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Horner: We're in no man's land

pitpass.com
While Force India is just 19 points behind, Christian Horner is convinced that Monaco will be a case of 'business as usual', with both his drivers collecting a decent points haul and thereby opening up the gap again. "We are a bit in no-man's land," he ...

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