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Red Bull and Ferrari pondered Mercedes protest

While the FRIC saga passed without controversy, two teams considered protesting Mercedes for entirely different reasons.Red Bull and Ferrari have both admitted that they toyed with the idea of protesting Mercedes today following the German team's decision to change the kind of brake discs used on Lewis Hamilton's car.The decision to change from Brembo discs to the Carbon Industrie version came about following Hamilton's crash during Q1 yesterday, the cause of the incident down to the failure of his brakes.Speaking in the wake of today's race, which saw Nico Rosberg win and teammate Lewis Hamilton finish third, having started from twentieth on the grid, Horner argued that allowing the...
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