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Gill Sensors defends its product in Red Bull disqualification

The Australian Grand Prix was indeed clouded with controversy as Red Bull Racing’s Daniel Ricciardo was disqualified over a fuel-flow rate the FIA determined to be beyond the 100kgs per hour mandate. Red Bull has vowed to appeal the decision and has until mid-day Thursday to do so. Team boss Christian Horner brought the issue into the light of day by claiming the fuel-flow sensors were showing signs of significant discrepancy: 'We could see a significant discrepancy with what the sensor was reading and what our fuel flow was stated as – that's where there's a difference of opinion,' This may be the case however FIA’s Charlie Whiting had said on March 13th that any deviation from...
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