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FIA rules out ditching fuel flow rule

FIA head of powertrain Fabrice Lom explains fuel flow sensors Sutton Images Enlarge The FIA is not willing to drop the controversial fuel flow regulation that overshadowed the Australian Grand Prix, arguing it would lead to "very dangerous" closing speeds between cars. Daniel Ricciardo was stripped of his second place finish two weeks ago after his Red Bull exceeded a fuel flow of 100kg/h according to the FIA homologated sensor fitted to his car. Red Bull intends to appeal the decision on the grounds that the fuel sensor was faulty and has warned that a similar situation could occur this weekend in Malaysia . One solution proposed by Red Bull boss Christian Horner is to do-away...
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