Glock defends Aston Martin amid theft allegations

Former F1 driver Timo Glock has defended Aston Martin after Red Bull accused the Silverstone based team of unveiling a ‘green Red Bull’ car in Barcelona. Ultimately, Aston Martin continued to struggle even with its ‘green Red Bull’. However, former Toyota driver Glock told Sky Deutschland that it is not fair for Red Bull to throw out accusations of intellectual property “theft” without more evidence. “Red Bull must first provide evidence when making allegations of data theft against Aston Martin,” said the German. “The FIA is also required in this case to either uncover the whole thing or to state very clearly that it was not a case of theft,” Glock added.

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