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Hamilton: FIA doing good job

– Lewis Hamilton has given the FIA his vote of confidence and has said he believes the sport’s governing body is doing a good job despite the controversy in Australia two weeks ago, which saw Daniel Ricciardo stripped of second place. Ricciardo lost the position due to fuel-flow irregularities and with Red Bull lodging an appeal - and Team Principal Christian Horner adamant his team has done nothing wrong - it means the result will now remain provisional until April 14, when the FIA’s International Court of Appeal convenes to adjudicate on the matter. “I'm really happy with the job the FIA have done over the past few years,” Hamilton told Sky Sports News. “I've not really...
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