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McLaren should focus on track, not court says Horner

Red Bull has advised McLaren to focus on upping its game rather than taking the reigning world champions to court. A bitter spat has broken out between the British-based teams over a highly-rated aerodynamicist called Dan Fallows, who was recently due to start work at McLaren. But Fallows ultimately decided to return to Red Bull with a promotion, triggering a furious rebuke by McLaren supremo Ron Dennis. In Shanghai, Dennis accused Red Bull of having "induced" Fallows to breach his contract. But the latest paddock rumour is that Fallows originally decided to leave Red Bull because he was seeking a more senior position, having worked as Peter Prodromou's 'deputy' for the past...
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