Motor racing-FIA deny targeting Red Bull with engine clampdown


By Alan Baldwin VALENCIA, Spain, June 24 (Reuters) - Formula One's clampdown on the use of engine electronics and exhaust gases for performance gain is purely technical and not an attempt to rein in Red Bull, race director Charlie Whiting said on Friday. Briefing reporters at the European Grand Prix, the Briton said the governing International Automobile Federation (FIA) believed teams were using illegally 'blown' diffusers and 'extremely extreme' engine maps. Champions Red Bull have ...

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