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Missing footage key to Mercedes protest

Nov.16 Mercedes' furious team boss Toto Wolff is reportedly considering authorising an official protest against Max Verstappen's move in Brazil. Red Bull's Christian Horner insists the Dutch world championship leader did nothing wrong in defending his position from charging Mercedes rival Lewis Hamilton. 'Penalty for what?' he said. 'I mean, there is no gain, there was no contact. I think it was just a fight between the two of them.' Wolff, however, left Brazil fuming about supposedly unfair treatment by the FIA throughout the entire Interlagos weekend, including Hamilton's qualifying exclusion for the DRS wing violation. 'We treat all the teams fairly – the drivers too,' insisted...
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