Helmut Marko says Red Bull will protest the Ferrari power unit in 2020 if they suspect any foul play after previously voicing suspicions last season.
In 2019, Red Bull and driver Max Verstappen were particularly vocal in their questioning of the legality of Ferrari's power unit. Following the summer break, Ferrari enjoyed a remarkable upturn in form with Charles Leclerc claiming back-to-back victories in Belgium and Italy.
“There were several points with Ferrari’s engine that were likely to be beyond any grey area, but nothing was done about it,” the head of Red Bull's driver development program, Marko, told motorsport-total.com.
“If we do suspect that there are irregularities again, we will definitely protest."
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