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Red Bull wanted $100-million fine for Mercedes

Red Bull wanted $100-million fine for Mercedes 23 June, 2013 Christian Horner with Helmut Marko and Niki Lauda The curious outcome of the ‘test-gate' saga is that, although found guilty of breaking the rules, Mercedes is reacting with relief at the outcome of the international tribunal' verdict. And Ferrari, though its ascerbic ‘Horse Whisperer' column, and fellow protester Red Bull, sound like the losers, angry that their German rival is only banned from the forthcoming young drivers' test. Indeed, Austrians Niki Lauda – Mercedes chairman – and Red Bull's Helmut Marko made a bet in the midst of the scandal in which the ‘loser' would have to pay EUR 50 to the...
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