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Formula One rules that prevent teams giving information to drivers over the radio need a rethink, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner said Sunday after Mercedes fell foul of stewards.Mercedes had told Rosberg what to do after his car had a gearbox problem five laps from the end.Sunday was something of a test case for the rules, with Mercedes arguing that they had acted because Rosberg's car had a potentially terminal problem.FIA race director Charlie Whiting said then that relaxing the radio rule on safety grounds risked opening a loophole that teams might abuse.
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