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Horner 'extremely confident' of winning appeal

Daniel Ricciardo's celebrations at the Australian Open were short-lived Press Association Enlarge Christian Horner has revealed the reasons why he is "extremely confident" that Red Bull did not break the fuel flow rule at the Australian Grand Prix. Daniel Ricciardo finished second in Melbourne before being disqualified after the race when stewards ruled that his RB10 had repeatedly exceeded the 100kg/h limit. Red Bull announced straight after the race that an appeal would be lodged. Speaking to Sky Sports News, Horner said: "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...
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