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Horner: Red Bull did not make official Wolffs complaint to FIA

Red Bull chief Christian Horner has denied that his team submitted an official complaint to the FIA over the alleged exchange of confidential information between Mercedes boss Toto Wolff and his wife Susie Wolff, the head of F1 Academy. The FIA, F1's governing body, announced an investigation into the pair's conduct on Tuesday, stating its compliance department was looking into the matter. Susie Wolff, who is employed by F1's commercial rights holder Formula One Management (FOM) as the managing director of its all-female series, reporting directly to F1 chief executive Stefano Domenicali, rejected the allegations as "deeply insulting" and rooted in "misogynistic"...
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