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Tech Talk: Red Bull grafting hard to close the gap

It would be fair to say that Red Bull won the Canadian Grand Prix because Mercedes imploded rather than a blow for blow duel, but that should not detract from the fact that the world champion team are grafting hard to reel in the pace setters. Tech guru Matthew Somerfield looks back at what was in their bag of tricks for the RB10 in Montreal. Rear wing Red Bull arrived with a new rear wing for Canada and extensively tested it throughout Free Practice, before returning to their regular specification for qualifying and the race. The new rear wing featured endplates with a leading edge slot, something the team ran with during 2013 but up until now had abandoned for this season. The team also...
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