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Webber on Red Bull rumours: 'This is Abu Dhabi making a comeback'

Former Formula 1 driver Mark Webber has spoken out about rumours of Red Bull's failure to comply with the 2021 budget rules. In his analysis for Britain's Channel 4, the war of words between Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff and Red Bull team boss Christian Horner in particular gets his attention. Article continues under ad The rumour mill is running at full speed this week around whether Red Bull breached the budget cap last year or not. Nothing has been officially announced yet, yet team bosses of rivals Mercedes and Ferrari have already been critical. Wolff, in particular, did not exactly hold back. In response, Horner threatened to sue teams accusing Red Bull of breaking the rules without...
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