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Red Bull hit back at Mercedes

Red Bull have taken a swipe at Mercedes over their rivals' attempts to get their punishment for Daniel Ricciardo's Australian GP disqualification increased, accusing the championship leaders of being 'rattled'.The release of the International Court of Appeal's full verdict into last week's hearing, which upheld Red Bull's exclusion for infringing fuel-flow rates, detailed that in their written submissions Mercedes had called for "a more severe sanction of a ban of no less than three races, plus a disqualification for a further six months, suspended for a year" to be imposed on the World Champions. Mercedes, however, stressed during the course of the Chinese GP weekend that by the...
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