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'We're happy to go to court' - Wolff challenges rivals to protest against Mercedes in 'copying' row

BBC News Monday, 10 August 2020
Toto Wolff challenges rivals to lodge a protest if they believe Mercedes have broken the rules in the Racing Point 'copying' controversy.
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