The controversial Christmas greeting from Red Bull with direct messages to the FIA, Ferrari and Mercedes

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Red Bull He has once again sent some not-so-subtle messages to the FIA ​​and his rivals. On this occasion, the chosen medium has been christmas greeting card, in which the Austrian brand, with a drawing style, has surprised with some very direct allusions to the Federation and to Ferrari and Mercedes.

With Adrian Newey, Christian Horner and Helmut Marko like the ‘adults’ on the card, the ‘children’ are Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez, who are playing with a Red Bull Formula 1.

So far everything is correct, but then come the subtleties. First, for a box in which he puts ‘Unwanted toys’, and in which you can see the Mercedes balancing on the edge and at the Ferrariwith a manual of strategies.

In another box, in which the Red Bull drawing appears, you can read the messages of ‘zero porpoising’ and ‘simple strategy’.

Besides, Santa Claus is also in focus. Not because of him, but because of what he says in clear reference to the budget limit and the penalty for exceeding it, which Red Bull said was for catering expenses.

“The turkey could take us over budget,” says Santa Claus to ‘finish off’ a Christmas greeting card that has caused great controversy.

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