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Red Bull: 2019 changes a 'huge mistake' and won't change overtaking

"All the teams would agree" that Liberty Media and the FIA made a mistake by changing the aerodynamic regulations for 2019. That is the view of Red Bull's Christian Horner, who calls the changes to the front wings to facilitate overtaking futile and estimates the cost at €15m per team. "Mercedes and Ferrari made a strong case for these changes and unfortunately they were approved," the team boss told Speed Week. "In retrospect, all the teams would agree that it was not right," Horner insisted. The aerodynamic changes are intended to help a chasing car follow in the wake of his rival, therefore improving the chances of overtaking moves. Horner said: "I...
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