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Red Bull on Mercedes top speed: 'Have asked questions of the FIA'

Christian Horner is delighted with two Red Bull Racing drivers on the podium. The Austrian team boss saw Max Verstappen regain the lead in the world championship, while Perez crowned a strong Sunday with his third podium in the Milton Keynes-based outfit's service. However, Horner does have concerns about Mercedes' top speed. On Perez's performance, he waxes lyrical. "He raced Lewis as hard as Max always does. You could see that Lewis pushed him wide and almost pushed him into the pitlane. Perez didn't give in though and after that it was a drag race on the straight," Horner said in an interview with Sky Sports. Read more Marko a satisfied man: 'Got the best out of it'. The...
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