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Red Bull threatens protest over Mercedes' rear wing in Qatar

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has threatened a protest over Mercedes’ rear wing after raising questions regarding “score marks” on the endplates. Last time out at the Sao Paulo Grand Prix, Mercedes displayed strong straight-line speed en route to victory. Red Bull has been seeking answers to Hamilton’s top-speed, believing it did not just […]
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