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Horner: 'If Red Bull sees it here, we will protest against Mercedes'

Red Bull Racing sources told GPblog.com last week that the Austrian team is keeping an eye on Mercedes' rear wing and moving steering column. Christian Horner gave an update at the press conference between the first and second free practice for the Qatar Grand Prix. Analyzing Mercedes' W12 "We will follow the situation and depends on what happens this weekend and what we see. Its even more pertinent to the circuits that follow," Horner said at the press conference. The Milton Keynes-based team decided not to protest against the final result and the W12 in Brazil, but he does not want to rule that out for the final three Grands Prix this season. Read more Wolff doesn't expect much...
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