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Red Bull ‘see no reason to protest' Mercedes' suspension

Despite the FIA making an inconclusive ruling over the legality of Mercedes' suspension, Red Bull will not be protesting. Red Bull raised questions about Mercedes' W12 at the Turkish Grand Prix, initially questioning whether the team was running a 'trick' that was helping cool their power unit. Red Bull team boss Christian Horner declared there is 'something strange' going on as when a car has 'straight-line speed that is greater than with DRS open, that's pretty impressive'. The FIA found nothing untoward with the Mercedes hybrid system. Fast forward to the United States Grand Prix and this time it was the Mercedes suspension Red Bull were suspicious about. According to Auto Motor und...
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