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Red Bull gathering evidence for Hamilton protest

Nov.18 Red Bull's Dr Helmut Marko is worried that Lewis Hamilton's current level of performance will cost Max Verstappen his first Formula 1 title. A fresh engine in Brazil – despite the back-of-the-grid penalty – powered Mercedes' Hamilton to a dominant win, closing his points gap to the Dutchman to 14 points. 'I've never seen a Mercedes rocket motor like this before,' Austrian Marko, the top Red Bull official, told Sport1. 'We couldn't keep him behind us on the straight, even though he was driving with a rear wing that belonged in Monaco. 'But only Hamilton has this speed – the other Mercedes drivers are no cause of concern for us,' the 78-year-old Austrian added. With...
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