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Horner fears Red Bull could suffer Australia repeat

– Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner has acknowledged that the reigning champions could face a repeat of their fate in Australia due to another issue with a fuel flow rate sensor during practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix. Daniel Ricciardo was disqualified from second place in Australia after exceeding the fuel flow rate limit, an accusation which Red Bull is contesting, with a hearing scheduled for April 14 in Paris. Red Bull claims that they used their own readings after the sensor supplied by the FIA was faulty. Horner confirmed that there were more issues with the FIA's sensor on Ricciardo's car in first practice at Sepang. "We had a signal failure on Daniel's car...
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