News Details

FIA backs fuel sensor manufacturer

Formula 1's governing body, the FIA, says it is satisfied with the fuel-flow meter at the centre of Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix. Ricciardo's team Red Bull intend to appeal the punishment, arguing that the flow meter was inaccurate. The meter's manufacturers Gill Sensors say the FIA has provided it with 'positive feedback'. The matter is now set to be resolved by lawyers in an FIA court. Ricciardo, 24 was disqualified from the Australian Grand Prix on Sunday after the FIA discovered the car exceeded the maximum allowed fuel flow of 100kg per hour. Red Bull boss Christian Horner insisted after the race that the team had complied with the regulations,...
Full Story »
1y ago from BBC.co.uk 0
Share

You May Also Be Interested In...

Red Bull yet to appeal Ricciardo disqualification

Red Bull yet to appeal Ricciardo disqualification 17 March, 2014 Red Bull...
1y ago from GrandPrix247.com

Supplier: Fuel flow sensor meets specification

– The FIA has provided the fuel flow sensor supplier with...
1y ago from GPUpdate.net

Red Bull confident of reversing Ricciardo...

Red Bull confident of reversing Ricciardo disqualification 17 March, 2014...
1y ago from GrandPrix247.com

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...
1y ago from TheF1Times.com

Elsewhere On The Network

Popular On MotoGPToday.com

Rossi: Strategy beats ‘boring’ races, rates Dovi...

“I put this battle [with Dovizioso] at the same level as with Jorge or...
5h ago from Crash.net

Lorenzo: “I lost half of my vision”

Double MotoGP World Champion Jorge Lorenzo explains why he faded towards...
13h ago from MotoGP.com

Crutchlow wins satellite battle on tough night for...

Cal Crutchlow took top satellite honours by riding from twelfth to...
4h ago from Crash.net

Would Rossi have won without Marquez mistake?

Valentino Rossi is confident that he would have won Sunday's Qatar MotoGP...
5h ago from Crash.net

Popular On IndyCarToday.com

Montoya snatches St Pete win from Power

Juan Pablo Montoya claimed the first win of the 2015 Verizon IndyCar...
22h ago from Crash.net

Winglet debris puts IndyCar race under caution one lap...

Debris was scattered all over the track, yet, no major incident actually...
1d ago from Motorsport.com

A lot of debris raises a lot of questions following...

The new aero kits had an unintended consequence Sunday ... A lot of...
21h ago from Motorsport.com

St. Pete: Team Penske’s seventh 1-2 finish in...

Juan Pablo Montoya led the final 27 laps of the Firestone Grand Prix of...
6h ago from Motorsport.com

Popular On TotalWRC.com

Toyota ‘flat-out’ on Yaris WRC development

The German-based team conducted eight tests with the Yaris in 2014 but...
11h ago from WRC.com

Toyota’s return on wrc.com

We have the exclusive lowdown from Toyota Motorsport’s vice president...
1d ago from WRC.com

Loeb set for another World Rally Car outing

The nine-time World Champion will participate in the Epernay Vins de...
4d ago from WRC.com

RX: World Rallycross launches UK talent competition

The FIA World Rallycross championship has launched a nationwide talent...
5d ago from Crash.net

Popular On GunnersToday.com

Five things Arsenal fans need to know about their...

Five things Arsenal fans need to know about their latest target BEGIN...

Schneiderlin v Wanyama: Who Should Arsenal Sign?

With the season drawing quickly to a close, things are starting to heat...
1h ago from FreshArsenal.com

I Sit At Home Miserably When Arsenal Lose –...

It has been reported that Arsene Wenger has explained the way he feels...
2h ago from Nastytackle.com

Ten big transfer deals that could happen this summer...

With speculation hotting up ahead of the summer transfer window, here's a...
3h ago from CaughtOffside.com

Comments

comments powered by Disqus

2014 GPToday.com
GPToday.com is not responsible for the news headlines and associated descriptions and images it indexes, the content of externally linked sites or the comments & postings of its users.

This website is unofficial and is not associated in any way with the Formula One group of companies. F1, FORMULA ONE, FORMULA 1, FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, GRAND PRIX and related marks are trade marks of Formula One Licensing B.V.