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Red Bull and the FIA set for fuel rules showdown in Paris

Formula 1′s champion squad, Red Bull, and the sport’s regulatory body, the FIA, will square off tomorrow in Paris as the reigning world champion team’s appeal against Daniel Ricciardo’s exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix takes place in Paris. Ricciardo was controversially disqualified from the season-opening race in Australia after a brilliant drive to second in front of his home fans. His Red Bull RB10 was found to have consistently exceeded the permitted rate of fuel flow to the engine. Here we take a look at what exactly happened, what Red Bull’s argument is and what the case could mean for the sport as a whole. THE BACKGROUND This year, Formula 1 has seen the...
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