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Why Red Bull Are Still the Most Innovative Team in F1

It was ominous for the rest of the grid when Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo took an assured second place in the Australian Grand Prix. This was a team that had been on their knees only two weeks earlier in Bahrain. This was the team that had failed to complete a single lap on the penultimate day of pre-season testing and ran at such a pathetic pace on the final day that they seemed to be running for little more than running’s sake. This was the team that, by their own admission, were two months behind schedule. Yet when it got serious, when points were on offer, the team in disarray still managed to earn themselves a trip to the podium; the least prepared of the 11 teams still found a way to be second-best when it really mattered. ...

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