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Red Bull confident for Ricciardo appeal

Red Bull have 'a very strong case' against Daniel Ricciardo's Australian Grand Prix disqualification, says team principal Christian Horner. Australian Ricciardo, 24, was excluded because his car was using more fuel than allowed, and his team refused to reduce the flow when informed. The appeal against the disqualification will be held in Paris on Monday. 'Hopefully we can present our case fairly and get the second place Daniel deserves from Melbourne,' Horner said. Ricciardo - from karting to F1 Born in Perth, Australia, on 1 July 1989, but now lives in Monaco From the age of nine to 16 he raced in karting in state and national championships He then rose through the ranks, winning the...
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