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Mercedes called for a suspended ban for Red Bull

_bjn4l154"> Mercedes called for Red Bull to be given a suspended three-race ban and six month disqualification as punishment for not adhering to the fuel flow regulations at the Australian Grand Prix. On Tuesday the FIA's court of appeal judged that the steward's decision to exclude Daniel Ricciardo from the Australian Grand Prix was correct, rejecting the team's appeal. However, Mercedes, who sent QC Paul Harris and several members of its team to act as a third party at the appeal, called for greater punishment. In the FIA's findings from the appeal hearing, published on Friday, Mercedes was noted as requesting "that the court not only confirms the penalty imposed on the...
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