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Red Bull acknowledge that they have to give Gasly time

Red Bull boss Christian Horner says that Pierre Gasly will need time to develop.  With Daniel Ricciardo leaving Red Bull, the team were left in a difficult situation. They could either sign Formula 1 newbie, Gasly or look for a more experienced driver from another team. They decided to trust their development system and sign Gasly from Toro Rosso, the development team for Red Bull.  However, seeing as Gasly has only completed one season in Formula 1, Horner acknowledges that it will take some time for him to be as competitive as his teammate, Max Verstappen.  "Pierre is a very quick driver and it is up to us to give him a little bit of time to get up to speed,"...
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