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Horner insists Ricciardo's fuel flow rate was legal

– Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner has insisted that Daniel Ricciardo's RB10 was within the fuel flow rate during the Australian Grand Prix. Ricciardo finished the race in second place but was later excluded from the results after stewards discovered that his car had exceeded the maximum fuel flow limit of 100kg/h. Red Bull relied on their own measuring equipment across the first race of the year after faults meant that the team did not trust the FIA's sensors. "These fuel-flow sensors that are provided by the FIA to measure fuel have proved problematic down the pitlane since their introduction in testing," Horner said after Ricciardo was excluded from the race...
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