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Red Bull threaten more Ferrari protests in 2020

Dr Helmut Marko has labelled Ferrari's fine for a fuel discrepancy as 'a joke' and warned of further action from Red Bull in 2020. Charles Leclerc faced a post-race investigation by the FIA in Abu Dhabi after there was a 'significantly' different amount of fuel in the tank of Leclerc's SF90 than had been declared. Red Bull boss Christian Horner thought a disqualification was coming Leclerc's way as a result, but he was able to retain his podium finish as Ferrari instead received a fine of 50,000 Euros. That has not gone down well with Red Bull's long-time motorsport advisor. 'The rules are clear,' Marko said via Auto Bild. 'The mild punishment for that offence was a joke.' 'It’s about...
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