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Why the FIA had to uphold Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification

April 16, 2014 (F1plus/Kate Hewitt).- Following a hearing at the International Court of Appeal in Paris (which took place on Monday), it was announced that the FIA were to uphold their decision of disqualifying Daniel Ricciardo from the Australian Grand Prix. Of course you can understand why Red Bull appealed against this decision. These sensors are brand new technology. Measuring fuel-flow in a stable car is relatively simple, however to calculate it in a moving car in difficult and testing conditions, is not. Red Bull was almost fighting a lost cause. The chaos that would have amassed if they were to have won their case would have sent the F1 world into mass complication. Most other...
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