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Red Bull reveal case argument

Christian Horner has revealed the reasons why Red Bull "are extremely confident" that Daniel Ricciardo's car did not break the rules governing fuel flow at the Australian Grand Prix. Ricciardo finished second in Melbourne, but was disqualified after the race when the stewards ruled that his RB10 had repeatedly exceeded the fuel flow limit of 100kg/h. Red Bull immediately announced that they would appeal the decision and the FIA's International Court of Appeal will hear the case on April 14. "We are appealing on the grounds that we do not believe, we are extremely confident, that we have not broken the rules, that we haven't exceeded the 100kg/h of fuel that is permitted to be...
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