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Glock defends Aston Martin amid ‘theft' allegations

May 25 Former F1 driver Timo Glock has defended Aston Martin after Red Bull accused the Silverstone based team of unveiling a ‘green Red Bull' car in Barcelona. The FIA looked into the matter prior to the race weekend after discovering that Aston Martin's major Spanish GP looked very similar to Max Verstappen's championship-leading car. Ultimately, Aston Martin continued to struggle even with its ‘green Red Bull'. 'We were doing Formula 2 qualifying pace in the race, but we managed the tyres better than most,' said quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel. Jan Lammers, a former F1 driver who now runs the Dutch GP, says simply copying a rival's car is rarely the route to...
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