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Wolff Horner feud reignites as Red Bull boss levels "ironic" claim at Mercedes chief

Christian Horner has labelled Toto Wolff's campaign to get the FIA to alter F1's regulations to stop bouncing as "ironic" after Lewis Hamilton clinched a podium in Canada.
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