Infiniti Red Bull's Belgian-Dutch driver Max Verstappen celebrates winning with his team at the Circuit de Catalunya on May 15, 2016 in Montmelo on the outskirts of Barcelona after the Spanish Formula One Grand Prix. / AFP / JOSEP LAGO
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Red Bull are hoping that engine and chassis upgrades will help them beat Ferrari and Formula One champions Mercedes more often after Max Verstappen's Spanish Grand Prix victory Sunday.Renault will be testing an upgraded power unit at the Barcelona circuit this week with plans to introduce it at next month's Canadian Grand Prix for Red Bull and their own Renault factory team.Mercedes had won 36 of the previous 42 races until Sunday, with Ferrari the only team to beat them last year. Until Barcelona, Red Bull had considered that classic race their best chance of winning this season.
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