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Fuel flow meter manufacturer has FIA's backing

The company which manufactures the fuel flow meters for Formula One, whose accuracy has been cast into doubt by Red Bull, says it has the full backing of the FIA.In the wake of the row which saw Daniel Ricciardo disqualified from Sunday's season opener for fuel system irregularities, Red Bull claimed the meter provided was inaccurate and unreliable.However in a statement issued by the Gill Sensors, the manufacturer of the meter, today, the Lymington-based company insisted it has the full support of the FIA.The statement reads:'Following the Australian Grand Prix last weekend, the FIA have provided Gill Sensors with positive feedback on the performance of the Fuel Flow Meter, confirming...
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