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Could Red Bull be set to protest Mercedes' rear wing in Qatar?

Article To news overview © rn365/michaelpotts The area of contention that Red Bull have identified on the Mercedes W12 relates to the rear wing assembly, according to the latest reports. At last weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix, several members of the Red Bull team, including Chief Technical Officer Adrian Newey, are believed to have approached the FIA with a dossier of information they have gathered on the Mercedes, as they seek clarity on areas of interest. That same weekend, Max Verstappen was hit with a 50,000 fine for touching the rear wing assembly of Hamilton's car in parc ferme after qualifying, with team boss Christian Horner revealing afterwards that Verstappen had been able to...
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