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Reverse engineering à la Racing Point seems to be a thing of the past

From the first moment the car from Racing Point appeared in public this year, there was discussion about the design of the car. It looked a lot like the Mercedes. Racing Point eventually reluctantly admitted that it had used photographic material from the Mercedes in the design. Until now, this was never forbidden, because it was assumed that you could only copy a design properly on the basis of photos. If we are to believe Racing Point, which insists that it did not take any parts directly from the warehouse at Mercedes, that is now possible. Their car is anything but slow this season. Read more Red Bull Racing seaches for limit again; cavity in front wing discovered Teams are convinced...
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