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Red Bull fuel flow was legal, Mateschitz insists

ed Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz is adamant that the squad's fuel flow rate at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix adhered to the regulations, as an official hearing over the matter draws closer. Following Daniel Ricciardo's exclusion from the Melbourne race for consistently exceeding the 100kg/h limit, the team has taken its case to the International Court of Appeal in Paris, with a hearing to go ahead on April 14. But reflecting on the situation, Mateschitz says the fault lies with governing body the FIA and fuel meter supplier Gill Sensors, with inconsistencies leading Red Bull to use its own form of measurement in Melbourne. "The fact is that the FIA's fuel flow sensor has...
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