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Judgement day looms for both FIA and Red Bull

Monday sees the International Court of Appeal convene to oversee Red Bull's appeal against Daniel Ricciardo's exclusion from second place at the Australian Grand Prix. Red Bull are fighting to get that second place and those all important 18 points back, whilst the FIA is fighting for its credibility. Should Red Bull succeed, they will move up to second in the constructors' championship, but more importantly, it will have wide-ranging implications on the sport itself. Red Bull are not only challenging a ruling, they're challenging the FIA, the way it governs the sport and the way the technical regulations are written. Red Bull chose to ignore a technical directive from the governing body...
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