What a bunch of whiners. Lotus is being spiteful for seeing their suspension banned and Red Bull are just being a sore losers... If they spent more time and money developing their car and less time re-discussing FIA technical decisions over the legality of other cars they would probably be better.
Horner's repeated calls for "further clarification" from the FIA are becoming increasingly grating, particularly since Horner and Red Bull are quick to complain to the media but have been rather more coy with the FIA.
Red Bull could have brought a formal complaint, either during scruitineering in Australia or Malaysia, or made a protest to the WMSC, yet they have spurned the legal options they do have to act and instead complain to the press (as, indeed, have Lotus, though at least Lotus haven't been complaining in the press as much as Red Bull have). If they are so convinced that it is not legal, then take the issue up with the FIA, as they are the final arbitrators - and if supposedly several other teams also support your stance (the BBC claims that at least five teams have made complaints), surely it would be possible to co-operate with them and launch a joint protest (as happened with the DDD row).
Furthermore, the FIA has given a formal briefing to the press to explain their position - http://fia.com/en-GB/mediacentre/pressr ... lie-PC.pdf
- which explains that, since the system relies on the DRS being open (a system that the driver is permitted to operate) but acts passively (it is an indirect consequence of the DRS being opened). Do Red Bull want Whiting to basically reveal how the Mercedes system works (it'd fit with their repeated requests for "more detail")?