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Red Bull not planning to protest against Mercedes' rear suspension

Article To news overview © Mercedes Christian Horner says Red Bull have no plans to protest against Mercedes' rear suspension 'trick', which came to light at the United States Grand Prix. TV footage emerged over the weekend of the rear of the Mercedes, a high-rake concept car, dropping to the ground as the car increases in speed. This essentially stalls the airflow under the car and would contribute to a higher top speed. Red Bull team boss Horner and advisor Helmut Marko both noted Mercedes' apparent straight-line speed gains following the Turkish GP, with Horner then making reference to a "system" during practice in Austin. Despite the initial furore, Horner ruled out the...
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