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Red Bull to change front facing camera on RB10

Red Bull will run with a different nose design at this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix after being asked by the FIA to alter its mounting of the front facing camera. All of the teams are required to run with a number of small cameras on their cars that are used for television coverage. Often, incorporating these can marginally alter the aerodynamic balance of the cars. In order to get around this, Red Bull arrived in Australia with an ingenious design that saw the front facing camera housed internally, sitting above the O of sponsor Casio's decal. In Spain, it ran slightly lower on the car. However, the result was that the camera coverage from this was not worth using, frustrating...
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