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Red Bull threaten protest over Mercedes rear wing

Article To news overview © Mercedes Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has said that, if his team spot any evidence of Mercedes running a rear wing trick that they have identified, Red Bull will lodge a formal protest against Mercedes with the FIA. Horner brought up "score marks" that were spotted on the rear wind endplates of the Mercedes W12 in Brazil after Max Verstappen picked up a 50,000 fine for going up to Hamilton's car after qualifying and touching the rear wing elements. Asked specifically by Sky Sports F1 about whether Red Bull are suspicious of Mercedes' rear wing somehow being able to reduce its drag as the speed increases, Horner bluntly said "Yes." The...
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