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Red Bull react to Ferrari cheating allegations after FIA investigation

Following Ferrari's post-Emilia Romagna Grand Prix Pirelli test, the Italian outfit have been cleared of any wrongdoing after questions were asked about the different floors used at the test. Red Bull team principal Christian Horner emphasised his point that the Pirelli tests are 'up to the FIA to police', after Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz were reportedly seen using different floors during the test. 'My understanding of the regulations regarding tyre testing is that you have to run in a fixed format of car specification, and if you need to replace a part it can only be to an older specification part that has previously been run,' explained Horner. 'I think the excitement about the...
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