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Limit to what Red Bull will accept says Mateschitz

Dietrich Mateschitz has warned that his company, the energy drink Red Bull, is not infinitely committed to formula one. The Austrian billionaire's comments come as his premier F1 team, reigning world champions Red Bull, challenge the governing FIA over Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification in Melbourne over the fuel flow sensor saga. "The fact is that the federation's sensor has given inaccurate values since the beginning of the (winter) tests," Mateschitz, who rarely gives interviews, told the Vienna daily Kurier. "We can prove that we were within the limits" in Australia, he added. Mateschitz has said before that Red Bull is prepared to leave formula one if the sport no...
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