Red Bull Racing has formally lodged an appeal against Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix last weekend, having submitted the required paperwork within the four-day window.
After qualifying and finishing in second place at Albert Park, Ricciardo was disqualified after his car was deemed to have used too much fuel in too little time, breaking the maximum flow of 100kg/h. You can read a full summary of his disqualification here.
However, Red Bull immediately sought to clear its name over the affair, claiming that the FIA fuel sensor – which was changed on Saturday after qualifying – had given an incorrect reading. The team instead opted to use its...
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