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Red Bull's rivals heeded FIA advice on fuel flow

Red Bull's rivals all took notice of the FIA's advice regarding fuel flow during the Australian Grand Prix, but they shared the team's doubts over the accuracy of the sensor. Red Bull chose to ignore the FIA's warnings during the race that Daniel Ricciardo was exceeding the 100kg/h fuel flow limit, instead opting to rely on their own data which they believed was more accurate. The other ten teams however didn't, and when warned by the FIA that they were nearing the limit, they dialled the fuel flow back when asked to do so. The teams were warned that they would face consequences if they went over 100kg/h as measured by the FIA's standard flow sensor provided by Gill Sensors. The sensor...
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