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Red Bull says ‘it's up to the FIA to police' as he reacts to fresh Ferrari cheating allegations

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is satisfied that Ferrari did not break any rules during the tyre test in Imola, and is glad to see that the FIA carried out their investigation professionally. There was an element of controversy around Ferrari during the prototype tyre test after the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix a few weeks back after they appeared to install a revised floor during one of the days of running, but they were found to have run that specification during pre-season testing. The sporting regulations indicate that specifications run during tyre tests should be a setup that has been run earlier in the year, so the Scuderia were found not to have contravened any rules. READ:...
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