Lewis Hamilton's Saudi Arabian GP pole safe as Red Bull opt not to launch FIA appeal

Lewis Hamilton's Saudi Arabian GP pole safe as Red Bull opt not to launch FIA appeal

RED BULL were considering lodging a complaint against Lewis Hamilton.
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from: Daily Express

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