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Formula 1 race director Charlie Whiting says that Red Bull should have followed the FIA's advice over Daniel Ricciardo's fuel flow rate during the Australian Grand Prix.
Ricciardo finished in second place on his Red Bull debut but the stewards discovered that his RB10 had exceeded the 100kg/hr fuel flow rate during the race.
Ricciardo was consequently excluded from the race.
Red Bull will appeal the decision with team principal Christian Horner insisting that Ricciardo remained within the limit across the duration of the weekend.
Red Bull was warned during Sunday's Australian Grand Prix that Ricciardo was in breach of the regulations.
"We advised them twice after...
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