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Teams aware of sensor issue in January - Boullier

Eric Boullier has little sympathy for Red Bull's position Sutton Images Enlarge Related Links News: Red Bull out in the cold as rivals back FIA Feature: Red Bull ... saint or sinner? Race: Australian Grand Prix Eric Boullier has revealed it was clear to all the teams on the grid that the fuel-flow sensor issue might need managing as early as January this year. Red Bull chose to use its own fuel-flow sensor on Daniel Ricciardo 's car in Melbourne, falling foul of the FIA's regulations and warnings that their own sensor must be used, leading to Ricciardo being disqualified from second. Red Bull has been firm in its belief that the FIA's equipment is unreliable but Boullier does not believe...
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