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Mercedes pushes for Red Bull sanction in dispute

Mercedes tore into Formula One rival Red Bull at an appeals court hearing Monday over the disqualification of Daniel Ricciardo at the Australian Grand Prix, saying the team flouted rules and must be shown a 'yellow card' to stop it from becoming a repeat offender. The court said it expected to deliver its ruling by Tuesday morning. In its appeal, Red Bull argued that race officials should not have stripped Ricciardo of his second-place finish, and the 18 points that go with it, for breaching F1's new rules on fuel usage. The case represented the first major challenge to this season's sweeping rule changes, which have seen F1 ditch 2.4-litre, V8 engines for smaller 1.6-litre, V6 turbo...
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