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Christian Horner downplays importance of Ferrari misfortune

When Red Bull Racing left the Australian Grand Prix, they may not have believed that by the Summer break they'd be 97 points ahead of Ferrari in the Constructors' Championship, and that Max Verstappen would be boasting an 80-point lead in the Drivers' Standings, yet here we are. Back at the Albert Park Circuit, Verstappen suffered his second reliability-based DNF of the season, two from the first three rounds. At the time, he ruled himself out of the championship fight unless Red Bull could solve their reliability problems, especially as Ferrari looked unbeatable at the time. Fast forward to the summer break and the story has dramatically changed, with Verstappen having won eight...
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