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In recent races we’ve seen Mercedes compete with a new rear suspension that varies in height depending on the conditions. Something caused a stir in Turkey by making the W12 push the asphalt down the strait and setting top speeds that scared Red Bull.
They don’t see anything illegal
After those first complaints, the FIA made a decision that left nothing clear regarding the legality of the Mercedes suspension, giving Red Bull the opportunity to pursue their suspicions and lodge an official protest, something they confirmed. Outside.
After Red Bull saw at the US Grand Prix that its difference with Mercedes was not the same in Turkey, Red Bull came to the conclusion that this system could benefit them more on some tracks than others, so these top speeds in Turkey where they appeared Having a DRS open may not be illegal.
Christian Horner explained this in a statement to Sky Sports: It will have an impact on some tracks more than others. In a circuit like Jeddah, I think I can give them a lot. but Based on what we’ve seen so far, I don’t think it’s illegal and I don’t see any reason to protest“.
“From the beginning I said I didn’t think they were doing anything illegal. We’ve seen the same effect in the past, on other tracks, but the same in Turkey was a very extreme version So”The Red Bull Racing director has settled this latest controversy once and for all in a season in which both are constantly looking for a way to stop their biggest rival.
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