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FIA sides with fuel flow supplier

The supplier of F1's mandatory new fuel flow sensor has distanced itself from the Red Bull cheat controversy. The reigning world champion team pointed a clear finger of blame at Gill Sensors after Daniel Ricciardo was disqualified in Melbourne due to breaching the new rules governing a maximum fuel flow rate. "The (Gill Sensors) device has obvious fluctuations," Red Bull's Dr Helmut Marko has now told Austrian television Servus TV. "It does not give precise measurements, when in our opinion we were within the (100 kilogram per hour flow) rules," he insisted. But Gill, a British company, said in the wake of the Melbourne controversy that it has the backing of its client,...
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