Red Bull boss Christian Horner urged F1 to scrap complicated fuel-flow rules that saw Daniel Ricciardo stripped of second place in Melbourne, as the Australian hit similar trouble Friday.
Horner said policing the newly introduced limit on fuel flow, or rate of fuel use, "confuses even the teams" and should be axed with teams simply given a cap of 100 kilos (about 135 litres, 35 gallons) per race.
He was speaking after Ricciardo's fuel sensor again played up in practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix, meaning Red Bull may be faced with the same dilemma which caused them problems in Australia.
"It's kept Formula One in the news for 10 days. Ultimately is it good for the sport?...
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