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Christian Horner makes ‘exaggerated' in boost to F1 fans

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has hinted that the perceived advantage his team displayed over their Formula 1 competitors during the Bahrain Grand Prix might not accurately reflect the true competitive landscape. Horner suggested that their decision to utilize the soft tyre in the second stint of the race may have 'exaggerated' their margin over the rest of the field. The defending champions started the 2024 season on a high note, securing a 1-2 finish in Bahrain, marking their first such achievement since the 2023 Italian Grand Prix. Max Verstappen, starting from pole position, dominated the race, clinching victory with a commanding lead of over 20 seconds. READ: Martin Brundle...
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