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All new fuel flow meter to make F1 debut in 2014

Gill Ultrasonic Fuel Flow Meter used currently in F1 Formula 1 looks set to abolish the troublesome Gill fuel flow sensor, which earlier this season was at the centre of Daniel Ricciardo's disputed Melbourne disqualification, with Red Bull arguing it was unreliable and inaccurate. Now, the specialist magazine Racecar Engineering reports in its latest issue that an alternative sensor 'is in the final stages of development', and could even make its debut later in 2014. The new sensor is reportedly being developed by a company called Sentronics, with the involvement of Hyspeed, who initially worked with Gill on the current Formula 1 sensor. The Gill-Hyspeed collaboration, however, ended last...
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