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Red Bull blame 'faulty sensors'

Christian Horner made a statement in the early hours of Monday morning in the wake of Daniel Ricciardo's penalty relating to an irregular fuel-flow rate outside the FIA regulations. Horner re-iterated that Red Bull would appeal the decision based on evidence of 'faulty sensors' up and down the F1 paddock. 'We're extremely dissapointed and quite surprised' said Horner. 'We will of course appeal. Through the appeal process we'll claim that we complied with the technical regulations.' If that was indeed the case why would Red Bull be disqualified?  'Well these fuel flow sensors that have been provided by the FIA have proved problematic up and down the pit-lane since their introduction since...
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