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Horner: We should be on the second row

A noticeably frustrated Christian Horner believes that Red Bull should be on the second row of the grid for the Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai, after traffic problems denied Max Verstappen a flying lap, much to the Dutchman's frustration.
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