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Analysis: The FIA's Red Bull engine investigation at the German Grand Prix

It's too early to say what the consequences will be for Red Bull if the German Grand Prix stewards agree with FIA technical delegate Joe Bauer's conclusions that Red Bull is in breach of Article 5.5.3 of the F1 technical regulations. But the allegations are serious

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