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Ricciardo, team blameless - Red Bull boss

Red Bull boss Christian Horner says Daniel Ricciardo was blameless in the bungle that led to his sensational disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix, as the team vowed to fight the ruling. The 24-year-old, who replaced retired Australian compatriot Mark Webber at Red Bull this season, crossed the finish line second behind Nico Rosberg's Mercedes on Sunday, but a technical infringement later cost him his place. After a marathon hearing, stewards said his car was not in compliance with Formula One regulations after he exceeded the maximum fuel flow, or rate of fuel consumption, of 100kg/h. It made Ricciardo the first casualty of new limits on fuel load and fuel flow introduced this...
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