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Ferrari and Merc backing the FIA

Red Bull's hopes of getting Daniel Ricciardo's runner-up spot at the Australian GP reinstated have received a blow with Ferrari and Mercedes warning it's important to support the FIA over the new fuel-flow technology. Starting second on the grid at Albert Park on Sunday, local hero Ricciardo produced an immaculate display to claim his maiden podium in his first race for Red Bull. However, more than five hours after he crossed the finish line he was excluded from the results after the FIA found that his car "consistently" exceeded the maximum fuel-flow rate of 100kg per hour. Red Bull, though, are adamant they didn't do anything wrong and have indicated they will lodge an appeal...
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