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Red Bull still aiming to fix DRS oscillation issue for Jeddah

Christian Horner says Red Bull will need to solve its rear wing oscillation issues on its low-downforce element as the latter could be required in the final two races of the 2021 season. In Qatar, Red Bull identified early on during the weekend a problem on the rear wing of its RB16B whereby the upper plane of the element flapped incessantly when DRS was open. The team struggled to get control of the issue and ultimately solved the conundrum by mounting a different, higher downforce wing, which was its preferred choice at the outset according to Horner. But track layouts in Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi are likely to compel Red Bull to run a medium or lower downforce package, which implies...
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