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Revealed: Red Bull nearly failed to start Spanish Grand Prix due to fuel issue

Red Bull are said to have been close to not making the start of the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday due to difficulty in getting the fuel temperature up to the minimum requirement. This is according to a report by Tobi Gruner of Auto Motor und Sport, who also indicates that Ferrari wanted the regulation around fuel temperature to be changed. In the opening five races of the season, the fuel temperature was said to be placed at 18 degrees Celsius, and a failure to meet this requirement would result in either a pit lane start or an incapacity to contest the race, the former of which was the consequence for Aston Martin in Miami. READ: Max Verstappen pleased to win after ‘not nice’ incident...
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