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Red Bull Should Not Be Underestimated Ahead of 2015 Formula 1 Season

Not since 2009, the year of their first grand prix win, have Red Bull Racing entered a Formula One season surrounded by such little fanfare. The team who ended the 2014 campaign last November is not quite the same outfit who will begin 2015 at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix in March. Gone is Sebastian Vettel, the face of Red Bull's four consecutive championship victories, with the polished German replaced by the mere potential of Daniil Kvyat, the 20-year-old Russian. Meanwhile, chief technical officer Adrian Newey and race engineer Guillaume Rocquelin—integral members of Vettel's glory gang—will begin new roles within the organisation this year, marking the end of an era. Those changes alone have made Red B...

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