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FIA backs fuel flow meter maker in aftermath of Red Bull disqualification

FIA backs fuel flow meter maker in aftermath of Red Bull disqualification 19 March, 2014 Formula 1′s governing body is satisfied with the ultrasonic fuel flow meter whose accuracy was questioned by champions Red Bull after Daniel Ricciardo was disqualified from the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, the makers said. Gill Sensors released the following statement: '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 their confidence in the development and stating the meters meet the FIA’s accuracy specification.' 'The meter development included an extensive testing...
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