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Mol on Mercedes: 'That's what Max feeling in Brazil'

The Formula 1 season has three races to go, increasing the tension at Mercedes and Red Bull Racing. However, it is not just about the performance of Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton, because behind the scenes the rear wing of the Briton is the topic of the month. According to Olav Mol this might lead to a protest from Red Bull. The commentator tells Formula 1 Cafe about Hamilton's flexible rear wing. "The outside of the wing is hard, but the middle part is just very soft. That's what Max ended up feeling in Brazil. It bends open at 260 km/h even before the DRS opens. So you get an opening before the DRS happens. And that is simply not allowed", says Mol. Read more Jos Verstappen...
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