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Explained: What's going on with Aston Martin's Red Bull ‘copy'?

Aston Martin were the hot topic of conversation during the Spanish Grand Prix weekend, as their updated AMR22 bore a striking resemblance to Red Bull's RB18. Aston Martin turned up with a very different-looking AMR22 for the Spanish Grand Prix at Barcelona, with the car boasting a pretty significant change of design concept compared to the car raced for the first five Grands Prix of the 2022 season. However, what was particularly notable about the new design was the fact the re-designed sidepods and leading edge of the floor bore a remarkable resemblance to the Red Bull RB18 – leading to an obvious comparison of the same team copying the sport's most successful design back in 2020....
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