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Horner adamant they acted within the regulations

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is adamant that the team fully complied with the fuel flow limit regulation and is confident they will win at appeal. Daniel Ricciardo was stripped of his second place finish in Australia after the FIA deemed his car had exceeded the 100kg/h flow limit. Speaking after the decision to exclude his driver, Horner insisted they were within the allowed limits, but blamed "immature technology" for providing an incorrect reading. "Hopefully through the appeal process it will be quite clear that the car has conformed at all times to the regulations," said the Briton. "These fuel flow sensors that have been fitted by the FIA to...
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