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Mercedes have no reason to suspect any confidential engine data downloaded by a departing employee has fallen into Ferrari's hands, the Formula One world champions said Tuesday.The team, who are taking legal action against engineer Ben Hoyle, said on their website that an internal probe was ongoing to protect against potential damage to them or others.While court documents had indicated Hoyle was intending to join Ferrari, the Italian team denied that was the case and said there was no formal contract between them.
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