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Red Bull could risk FIA wrath again

Christian Horner admits Red Bull could be facing a similar fuel flow situation to Australia at this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix.Daniel Ricciardo was disqualified from the race in Melbourne for consistently exceeding the maximum permitted fuel flow rate, despite Red Bull arguing that the FIA-homologated sensor reading was faulty and opting to trust its own readings. Ricciardo's sensor failed again during practice in Malaysia, and Horner admitted the team's belief in its appeal case could force it to react in the same way if the situation arises again this weekend.“We had a signal failure on Daniel's car this morning immediately, so we obviously have replaced that for this afternoon's...
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