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‘Nobody actually believed it': Red Bull respond to technical directive theory

Red Bull Racing left Japan with a sense of satisfaction as they successfully addressed a lingering question mark that emerged from their underwhelming performance in Singapore.  The team had introduced a new floor specification for their RB19 in Singapore, designed to generate more camber in the leading edge of the floor to enhance local aerodynamic load.  However, struggles during the Singapore weekend led to a swift reversal to their previous floor configuration. In Singapore, both Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez grappled with issues related to the car bottoming out and rear instability during Friday and Saturday practices.  Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest F1...
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