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McLaren reject Red Bull's claims

McLaren have rejected Red Bull's reasoning for breaking fuel rules at the Australian Grand Prix. Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo was disqualified from second place for exceeding the fuel-flow limit during the race on 16 March. The team say they ignored the official demands to use less fuel as a sensor was faulty. Officials say it was not. McLaren racing director Eric Boullier said it was 'out of the question' to ignore instructions from rule-makers. The Frenchman is the first opposing team boss to offer an opinion on the case, which is due to be heard by governing body the FIA's appeal court on 14 April. Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. //
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