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FIA backs fuel flow sensor manufacturer

The company that manufactures and supplies Formula 1 with the fuel flow sensors at the centre of Daniel Ricciardo's exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix says it has backing from the FIA. The Australian driver lost his second place finish at the Albert Park Circuit after stewards found that his car had consistently exceeded the maximum 100kg/h fuel flow limit during the 2014 season opener. Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner insists that the sensor was inaccurate and that its own measurements showed that he was within the technical regulations. 'These fuel-flow sensors that are provided by the FIA to measure fuel have proved problematic down the pitlane since their...
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