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Red Bull appeal of Melbourne disqualification is first test of F1′s new era

Daniel Ricciardo ecstatic in Melbourne The first big technical controversy of Formula One's new engine era has its day in court on Monday with champions Red Bull confident they have a strong case in appealing Daniel Ricciardo's Australian Grand Prix exclusion. Ricciardo finished second in his home race last month, his debut for Red Bull, but was disqualified hours later when stewards ruled his car had breached the new fuel flow regulations. In what is seen as a critical test of the regulations accompanying the V6 turbo engines and energy recovery systems, Red Bull will say the fuel flow sensors cannot be trusted. 'We have got a very strong case,' principal Christian Horner, whose team needs...
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