With the Spanish Grand Prix Everything set to start at the Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona within days has been heating up in the F1 paddocks as the car design copyright feud between Red Bull and Aston-Martin have now reached an all-time high. It’s not the first time Aston Martin has been owned by a Canadian investor Lawrence walkHe was accused of copying the design of another team’s car, but this time red bull has repeatedly accused them and called on the FIA to hold Aston Martin accountable for their wrongdoing.
Red Bull employees, including team boss Christian Horner, have rioted in Aston Martin, accusing them of stealing their intellectual property. Until the previous French Grand Prix this wasn’t such a serious problem, but when Aston Martin unveiled a range of upgrades to its car at the Spanish Grand Prix, it looks strikingly similar to Red Bull’s design.
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner released his statement condemning Aston Martin for copying his car. The Milton-Keynnes-based team immediately called for an FIA investigation of the entire car model manufactured by Aston Martin. Horner said there was “great concern” that her team’s intellectual property was allegedly stolen.
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The FIA became embroiled in the Red Bull vs Aston Martin feud when they were called in to investigate whether one of Red Bull’s car designs had actually been stolen. They didn’t find enough evidence to punish Aston Martin, so they cleared their name of the charges Red Bull had brought against them.
In response, Red Bull Racing didn’t make an official statement, but instead posted a show on Twitter as their picture of Red Bulls in green (Aston Martin’s team colour) went viral on social media. Fans quickly understood that the image was intended to mock Aston Martin.
Absolute shit house
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Speaking about the Aston Martin fake, Christian Horner said: “Copying is the greatest form of flattery. It’s quite a task directing your team to develop a very accurate looking clone of our car and of course some people have moved over the winter and what you can’t control is what they pick up in their heads.”
“But what would give us serious concern is if there is any IP (intellectual property) had changed hands in some way.”
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