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Horner: Better system needed

Christian Horner has insisted that it is in the interests of Formula 1 that a more robust solution for measuring fuel flow rates is found, after Red Bull suffered another sensor failure during Friday Practice at Sepang.With the World Champions appealing Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification from the Australian GP for 'consistently' exceeding the permitted 100kg/h fuel-flow limit, Horner is adamant his team didn't contravene the Technical Regulations and is "extremely confident" their case will be proven in the International Court of Appeal hearing on April 14. The fact their case will not be heard until after a further two grands prix weekends have passed means that uncertainty has...
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