Red Bull will have to wait until Tuesday to learn whether Daniel Ricciard's 18 points from the Australian GP will be returned.
The Australian driver was stripped of his runner-up result and the points when his RB10 was found to have "consistently exceeded" the maximum allowed fuel flow rate of 100 kilograms per hour.
Red Bull appealed the decision and the hearing took place on Monday at the FIA's headquarters in Paris.
During the six-hour hearing, Red Bull argued that adhering to the FIA's fuel sensor measurements meant Ricciardo lost 0.4s per lap.
"When Mr (Fabrice) Lom approached us and said that he felt we were using too much fuel, we disagreed with that," Autosport...
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