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Ferrari-gate: Red Bull won't let FIA off the hook

Red Bull motorsport boss Helmut Marko is still determined to hold the FIA accountable for its controversial secret dealings with Ferrari. Marko has picked up the ball dropped by Mercedes' Toto Wolff and will lead a front of six teams demanding that F1's governing body divulge the terms of its confidential agreement with the Scuderia related to the legality of the team's 2019 power unit. Ferrari's clever ploy last year that potentially allowed its engine to exceed fuel flow limitations was investigated by the FIA. But the complexity of the scheme prevented the governing body from clearly establishing whether the ruse was legal or not. Instead, the FIA revealed that it had signed a...
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