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Red Bull could quit over controversy - Mateschitz

Red Bull could leave Formula 1 if it finds itself at the centre of controversial decisions, such as the one to disqualify Daniel Ricciardo from the Australian Grand Prix. That is the warning from Austrian owner Dietrich Mateschitz. The billionaire often states that Red Bull will only leave once the sport no longer makes economical sense from a marketing point of view, however he told the Kurier that "sporting value" and "politics" may also force the brand out. "The fact is that the federation's [FIA] sensor has given inaccurate values since the beginning of the [pre-season] tests," explained the 69-year-old. "We can prove that we were within the...
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