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Horner: We will protest ‘that' wing on the Mercedes

Red Bull have questioned the legality of the rear wing used by Formula 1 title rivals Mercedes and will protest if they see something suspicious at this weekend's Qatar Grand Prix, principal Christian Horner told reporters ahead of FP2 in Doha on Friday. Horner was speaking after FIA stewards rejected a Mercedes request to review a decision not to punish Red Bull's championship leader Max Verstappen for an incident with Lewis Hamilton at the previous race in Brazil. Mercedes boss Toto Wolff, whose team lead Red Bull by 11 points in the constructors' championship, told reporters earlier on Friday that the gloves were off in the title battle between the two teams. Red Bull have long had...
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