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Red Bull surprised that Mercedes protested against not penalising Verstappen

On Tuesday afternoon Mercedes announced that they will protest against the FIA decision not to penalise Max Verstappen in the Brazilian Grand Prix. The German team is of the opinion that Verstappen did not act correctly in the duel with Lewis Hamilton. Red Bull Racing is surprised that Mercedes has now lodged a protest with the FIA. Sources at Red Bull were surprised Mercedes have gone through with the protest as they felt that the onboard camera from Verstappen’s car supported the original view of Michael Masi that it was hard racing with both cars going deep and braking very late, GPblog.com is told. Read more MERCEDES REQUEST REVIEW OF VERSTAPPEN'S DEFENSIVE ACTIONS IN BRAZIL...
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