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Red Bull does not lodge protest against Mercedes rear suspension

Red Bull Racing are not going to protest against Mercedes' rear suspension. Speaking to Sky Sports, Christian Horner explains why he thinks Mercedes benefited so much from this system in Turkey, but not in America. Since the Russian Grand Prix Mercedes suddenly gained a lot of ground on the straight again. Where in Russia and Turkey it was first thought that the new engine would be on a higher setting for the final races, that turned out not to be the case. Helmut Marko indicated earlier that it mainly had to do with the aerodynamics. Read more Brundle returns to remarkable moment: 'They need to learn manners' Advantage for Mercedes Prior to the United States Grand Prix, images of the new...
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