Is Red Bull flying too close to the sun?

Is Red Bull flying too close to the sun?

It may have been all banter at McLaren's press conference but in Hungary, Red Bull found itself at the centre of yet another technical controversy. Tony Dodgins wonders who is winning the brain war; the FIA or the teams

The Hungaroring paddock was an interesting place on Saturday afternoon; a mix of levity as well as head-scratching and discontent over the latest gossip to focus on Red Bull Racing.

Down at McLaren, Lewis Hamilton was in fine spirits after another dominant pole position of the type we'd seen at Barcelona. But this time he kept it. Jenson Button seemed happy with fourth and was demonstrating comedic timing well suited to a second career in stand-up if he ever feels the need.

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