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Lewis: FIA 'doing a good job'

Lewis Hamilton says he has no qualms with the way the FIA are policing the sport in the wake of the Red Bull fuel flow controversy and believes teams will continue to go through a "learning process" with mastering the new-for-2014 regulations.The paddock reconvenes for the Malaysia GP at Sepang this weekend with Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification from second place at the Australian GP still proving the major talking point in the sport. Red Bull have appealed the decision with their case to be heard on April 14. Although Red Bull, trusting their own measurements, opted not to adhere to the FIA's in-race requests to turn back their engines in Melbourne, it is understood that other...
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