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Continued fuel flow problems for Red Bull

Red Bull continued to grapple with fuel flow problems in Sunday's Malaysian grand prix. While Sebastian Vettel finished third, it was his teammate Daniel Ricciardo's sister RB10 - disqualified in Melbourne over the very same issue - that was once again affected. The sensor failed early on, but the team avoided disqualification this time around by simply following the FIA's advice about how to comply with the rules in the absence of the troublesome Gill device. "Yes," Dr Helmut Marko told German television Sky, "this time the FIA asked us to check the correlation of our data and we did it." Team boss Christian Horner suggested the continuing problems demonstrates that Red...
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