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Teams expected to protest McLaren in Australia

McLaren is likely to face a protest from one or potentially several teams, according to Sky Sport's technical analyst Ted Kravitz. It's understood that a number of teams are unhappy with the MP4-29's rear-suspension elements which have been developed to bring a major aerodynamic benefit to the car. Red Bull's Adrian Newey described them as "illegal" but the FIA's Charlie Whiting, after more than one team approached him for clarification, declared them legal in Jerez. That doesn't however mean that a team cannot lodge a protest, which would then be heard before the World Motor Sport Council which would make a final ruling. Kravitz expects a number of teams to do so at the opening...
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