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Horner: Red Bull have felt Mercedes’ pain

Article To news overview © XPBimages Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says he can empathise with Mercedes after their F1 Championship-winning run came to an end in 2022. Mercedes had claimed every Constructors’ title since 2014 heading into this campaign, but troubles with its W13 machine restricted them to just one race win as Lewis Hamilton went winless for the first time in his career. They slumped to third in the standings as Red Bull and Max Verstappen racked up 17 and 15 wins respectively, securing their own first Championship 'double' since 2013 – the final year of the V8 engine formula. Speaking after what was Red Bull’s most dominant season ever in F1, Horner admitted he...
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