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Red Bull casts flexi-wing suspicion on McLaren and Ferrari

© XPB  Phillip van Osten 18/06/2024 at 14:3718/06/2024 at 15:12 Red Bull has raised concerns about the front wings used by McLaren and Ferrari, as the specter of illegal flexi-wings appears to be haunting Formula 1 once again. According to a report from German publication Auto Motor und Sport, Red Bull suspects that its rivals’ wings might be exceeding the permissible level of flexibility, potentially granting an aerodynamic advantage. The report claims Red Bull even lobbied Aston Martin to protest the legality of these wings, which the Silverstone-based outfit declined to do. Flexi-wings were in the line of sight of the FIA last season when rumors emerged that Aston Martin's...
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