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Red Bull's case getting stronger - Horner

Red Bull Principal Christian Horner believes their chances of winning the appeal against Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix has improved. The FIA's International Court of Appeal will hear Red Bull's case on Monday after which Horner hopes that the Australian's podium finish will be reinstated. Ricciardo was disqualified after his debut for the Milton Keynes team for exceeding the allowed fuel flow limits according to the FIA's sensor, although Red Bull claims to have data that proves that the Australian's car did in fact comply and that the readings on the FIA sensor were faulty. Although none of the other teams on the grid have been found guilty of the same...
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