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'Red Bull was forced to switch to Monaco rear wing in Qatar'

Red Bull seems to be in trouble with the rear wing. The mechanics are regularly working on Verstappen's wing, which suffers from vibrations at high speed. During the Qatar Grand Prix it was again a problem. In his new video for Auto, Motor und Sport Michael Schmidt discusses the latest news from the F1 paddock. According to the engineers, the big differences between Red Bull and Mercedes probably have to do with the setup of the car. According to Schmidt Red Bull needs to look more to themselves instead of Mercedes when it comes to the rear wing. In Qatar, Red Bull had to change to a Monaco rear wing at the last minute before qualifying due to DRS issues. The Monaco wing had therefore not...
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