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Palmer: "Mercedes started the protests and the drama that goes with it"

In the heat of the title fight between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton, it is the team bosses who take centre stage between race weekends. The bickering between Toto Wolff and Christian Horner seems to know no end. Red Bull Racing have been pelting Mercedes with accusations lately, but former Formula One driver Jolyon Palmer points out that Mercedes started that trend themselves. Wolff regularly complains about the behaviour of Red Bull, who under the leadership of Horner have expressed doubts about the legality of the Mercedes car. However, Palmer stresses that this trend of accusations was started by Mercedes itself. Read more Verstappen on moment with Hamilton: 'It was not an...
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