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Red Bull: You know where you can shove that star

– Red Bull have told Mercedes 'where they can shove that three-pointed star' in the wake of calls from their rival that Daniel Ricciardo's exclusion from the Australian GP wasn't enough and that the champions should get a three-race ban. Mercedes were present at the FIA's International Court of Appeal hearing last week in much the same way as Red Bull were last year when it was Mercedes in the dock after the 'secret' tyre test and many believe the German manufacturers' stance was in 'revenge' for how Red Bull reacted twelve months ago. In a post on the team's official website, under 'Spy Games: China', the Red Bull spy writes: "The big news we're digesting is that the playful...
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