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FIA is not investigating the legality of Red Bull’s Car



FIA is now not inspecting the legality of Red Bull’s F1 car subsequent claims it could be concealing a controversial ride-height adjustment system. Equally McLaren’s Whitmarsh and Mercedes Ross Brawn called for the leading body to look into the matter “just in fairness to Red Bull” due to the “accusations” which were flow after qualifying in Melbourne. Red Bull’s Christian Horner, who denied the Adrian Newey-designed car appearance the system, said he would welcome the move.

Swiss newspaper Blick description the FIA “is now investigating” whether the Red Bull is somehow regulates its ride-height depending on the amount of fuel in the tank. Whether there is a judgment before the Malaysian grand prix is open, read the story.

But Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport quoted an FIA spokesman as said there is no investigation. It seems not likely the FIA will take any exploit unless one of the other teams lodges a formal complaint, which has yet to happen.
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