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Red Bull plead innocence in Fallows row

Red Bull maintain that they aren't behind aero chief Dan Fallows' about turn, as the dispute between McLaren and the Milton Keynes outfit heads to the High Court. McLaren are reportedly planning legal action against Red Bull for encouraging Fallows to break a binding contract with them, although Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner refuses to acknowledge that the reigning Constructors' Champions did anything wrong. "The situation with Dan is very clear," Horner told Autosport. "Dan decided that he was going to leave Red Bull for reasons of his own. "With the changes that have happened at McLaren [such as Martin Whitmarsh being moved aside], he decided that...
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