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Mercedes denies it has ‘score marks’ on F1 rear wing

Mercedes has denied that it has “score marks” on its rear wing following accusations from Red Bull. Red Bull has threatened to protest Mercedes’ rear wing after its impressive straight-line performance in Mexico and Brazil. Following qualifying in Sao Paulo last weekend, Max Verstappen was spotted analysing the rear wing, and was fined for touching […]
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