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Mercedes pushing for further Red Bull punishment

Mercedes were among several teams in attendance at the International Court of Appeal (ICA) hearing in Paris on Monday to hear Red Bull's appeal against Daniel Ricciardo's exclusion from second place at the Australian Grand Prix. The ICA plans to deliver its verdict by Tuesday morning at the latest after hearing evidence from both the FIA and Red Bull. Mercedes meanwhile took the opportunity to have its say during the hearing, as it's fully obliged to do under the ICA rules. Representing the current championship leading team was lawyer Paul Harris, who called upon the ICA to punish Red Bull further than the race stewards already have, to ensure the team avoids "knowingly breaking the...
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