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Ferrari thwart Red Bull's protest on three-engine limit

Red Bull have reportedly made another effort to prevent the three-engine limit for the 2018 season from being implemented, but Ferrari have failed to give their support to the plan. According to Autosport sources, Red Bull boss Christian Horner – a strong opponent of the decision to implement penalties after three power unit elements are used (one fewer than this season) – brought up the issue once again at the latest Strategy Group meeting before the Brazilian Grand Prix. Horner was hoping to get the support of everyone in order for the protest to gather momentum, but stopping that from happening was Ferrari as they have already spent a lot of time researching and developing...
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