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Red Bull won’t protest ‘unraceable’ Mercedes yet - Horner

Red Bull won’t lodge a protest against the legality of the Mercedes rear wing at the Sao Paulo Grand Prix, but team principal Christian Horner is skeptical of how it achieves its straight-line speed advantage. Lewis Hamilton came through from 20th on the grid in the Sprint to finish fifth, and then won the grand prix itself from 10th place on Sunday, making a number of overtaking moves using DRS, including on Max Verstappen for the lead. While a new internal combustion engine (ICE) played a part, Horner believes the characteristics of the rear wing could be questionable and wants Red Bull to try and work out how it generates such pace. “We won’t be protesting at this race,” Horner...
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