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Mateschitz insists Ricciardo's car was legal

Red Bull/Getty Images Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz has insisted that Daniel Ricciardo's RB10 was legal during the Australian Grand Prix. Ricciardo finished in second place in Australia but was excluded from the results after it was deemed that his RB10 had consistently exceeded the fuel flow rate limit of 100kg/hr during the race. Red Bull was repeatedly warned by officials during the race that Ricciardo's car was exceeding the limit but they retained faith in their own sensors, after deeming that the FIA's measuring techniques were unreliable. Red Bull's rivals also expressed concerns with the FIA but opted to use the sensors provided by the sport's governing body. Mateschitz's team...
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