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Red Bull hits back at Mercedes over fuel-gate

Red Bull has accused Mercedes of becoming "rattled" and says the team is "sweating" over the champions current performance surge which has seen them, arguably, become the second quickest team. The team's so-called 'Red Bull Spy' believes Mercedes stance at the International Court of Appeal hearing, in which Mercedes demanded "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", is proof the team are beginning to fear that Red Bull may be catching up. "The big news we're digesting is that the playful scamps at Merc decided to have a good old sticky-beak at our appeal and...
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