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Horner blames FIA for fuel flow issue

Christian Horner has blamed the FIA for the fuel flow row which led to Daniel Ricciardo's exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix.Ricciardo originally finished second in the race – his maiden F1 podium – but was later excluded as the FIA claimed that his car “exceeded consistently the maximum allowed fuel flow of 100 kg/h”, breaching technical regulations. However, speaking in the paddock after Red Bull had confirmed its intention to appeal the decision, Horner said it was a problem of the FIA's making. "These fuel-flow sensors that have been fitted by the FIA have proved problematic throughout the pitlane since the start of testing,” Horner said. "There have been...
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