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New images emerge: is Mercedes' rear wing illegal?

Much has been said and written about the possible illegal rear wing of Mercedes. Tests by the FIA would have shown that the rear of Lewis Hamilton 's W12 is legal, but the big question is if the wing that was tested in Qatar was identical to the one used in Brazil. New images have emerged on social media in the meantime. These images, which we have not seen presented in this way before, should prove that Mercedes' rear wing on the Interlagos circuit was illegal. You can clearly see that when the car accelerates and the air pressure builds up on the wing, it starts to bend. Especially at the ends of the wing you can see a lot of movement. Judge for yourself! Read more Horner doesn't see Red...
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