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Red Bull still looking at Mercedes' rear wing

This year's Formula 1 title fight is being fought both off and on track, with both Mercedes and Red Bull not sparing any means to throw each other off balance, with the latter still looking at their rival's rear wing legality. It all goes back to the Spanish Grand Prix, as Red Bull's rear wing was under scrutiny, with Mercedes claiming that the energy drinks outfit's rear wings bend backward under load, lowering the drag and boosting the top speed, with Lewis Hamilton calling it the the 'Bendy-wing'. Without going through the details again, the FIA modified the rear wing tests midseason, much to the dismay of Red Bull and Alfa Romeo at the time who reportedly had flexible rear wings in...
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