Red Bull Racing have rubbished suggestions that Sebastian Vettel's Singapore domination was down to the team running illegal traction control.
In the wake of last Sunday's Marina Bay race, allegations surfaced as former F1 team boss Giancarlo Minardi claimed that the Bulls were running a form of traction control.
Horner, though, insists that not only is this not true but that it would be "stupid" for a team to try circumvent the regulations on traction control,
"It's complete rubbish. Any suggestion of traction control is either mischievous on behalf of the others or wishful thinking," the team boss told Sky Sports F1.
"We're running traction control through the...
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