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Mercedes civil war rages on Red Bull turf

Nico Rosberg leads Lewis Hamilton in the points standings (THis is a photo montage) Since buying the defunct A1-Ring in 2004, Red Bull's Dietrich Mateschitz has ploughed a quarter of a billion euros into the Austrian Grand Prix venue, the local Salzburger Nachrichten newspaper reports. 'Millions more of his personal fortune,' read the report, 'he invested in local infrastructure, such as hotels.' While most have hailed the success of the impressive new ‘Red Bull Ring', many say the traffic chaos so far this weekend has been a palpable downer. But FIA president Jean Todt insists: 'You have to acknowledge what Dietrich Mateschitz has done (for the sport): two teams, a great track....
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