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Sensor supplier insists it has FIA's support

Gill Sensors, which supplies the Formula 1 championship with ultrasonic fuel flow sensors, says it has received positive feedback from the FIA and has the governing body's backing. Sensors and fuel flow rates have been the talk of the paddock after Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo was stripped of his second place for exceeding the 100kg/h fuel flow limit during the Australian Grand Prix. Whilst the FIA has tested the sensors and approved them for use in F1, Red Bull said the technology was immature and unreliable and therefore blamed it for giving an inaccurate reading. Gill Sensors responded in a statement, saying the feedback it's received gives it no cause for concern. "Following the...
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