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Are Mercedes using intercooler trick to gain more power?

Article To news overview © Getty Images/Red Bull Contentpool Red Bull are reportedly interested in getting clarification from the FIA regarding an intercooler trick that they theorise Mercedes are using to help generate more horsepower. The theory has come about as a result of Mercedes' acceleration abilities, with both Red Bull and Ferrari's curiosity piqued after Silverstone. A report from Germany's Auto Motor und Sport has said that Red Bull have been analysing GPS data from the cars since Silverstone, picking up on the Mercedes acceleration. While the theorised trick doesn't necessarily mean Mercedes have any more power than the likes of Honda or Ferrari, it's allowing them to exploit...
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