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Horner: Personally I think it would be easier to get rid of the fuel flow sensor

Horner: Personally I think it would be easier to get rid of the fuel flow sensor 28 March, 2014 Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is seeking the removal of fuel flow sensors after they suffered more issues with the new system at Friday's practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix. Horner's new driver Daniel Ricciardo crossed the line in second at the season-opening Melbourne Grand Prix a fortnight ago only for the FIA to disqualify him for exceeding the fuel flow limit of 100kg per hour. Red Bull queried the accuracy of the metre and have appealed the hearing not due until April 14. Horner said he would talk with FIA technical delegate Charlie Whiting before Sunday's race in Sepang after...
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