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Red Bull and Ferrari considered protesting Mercedes

Christian Horner with Marco Mattiacci Red Bull and Ferrari considered protesting Mercedes after the dominant Formula 1 team switched their brand of brake discs without penalty before the start of the German Grand Prix. 'We discussed it internally… we decided not to move forward with it,' Ferrari principal Marco Mattiacci told reporters after championship leader Nico Rosberg won the race for Mercedes with teammate Lewis Hamilton third. Hamilton crashed heavily in qualifying after a front brake disc failure. He raced with a different brand while Rosberg changed the rear discs on his car. Although the governing International Automobile Federation (FIA) said the change was within the...
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