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Horner adamant that Ricciardo's car was legal

Red Bull/Getty Images Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says that Daniel Ricciardo's car did not contravene regulations during the Australian Grand Prix. Ricciardo finished the race in second place but was excluded from the results after it was discovered that his car had not conformed to the 100kg/hr fuel flow limit. Red Bull immediately confirmed that they will appeal the decision and Horner says that Red Bull used their own measuring methods after not trusting the FIA's sensors. "Extremely disappointed, quite surprised and we will of course appeal," said Horner of the exclusion "And hopefully through the appeal process, it will be quite clear the car has conformed...
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