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Red Bull not ruling out Mercedes protest

Nov.15 It is 'too early' to consider protesting against Mercedes, despite the reigning champions emerging suddenly with 'incredible' straightline speed in Brazil. 'We need to look at where that speed comes from,' said Red Bull boss Christian Horner. 'It's not normal and we need to look at it, but it's too early to protest.' Lewis Hamilton, who closed his points deficit to Max Verstappen to 14 points with his win on Sunday, had his Friday pole position taken away for a breach of the DRS rules. But Red Bull also suspects that the rear wing overly flexes. 'That would be our very last resort,' said Dr Helmut Marko when asked if a protest is now on the cards. 'First we would try to have the...
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