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Red Bull likely to learn fate on Tuesday

– Red Bull looks set to discover the outcome of its appeal over Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification from the season-opening Australian Grand Prix on Tuesday, after the conclusion of proceedings in Paris. The outfit argued its case in front of the FIA's International Court of Appeal today, with team boss Christian Horner, design chief Adrian Newey and car engineering chief Paul Monagham all present for questioning. The Mercedes, Lotus, McLaren, Force India and Williams squads also sent key personnel to the hearing. Red Bull made the claim that technical directive 'TD/016-14' relating to fuel flow sensors was not regulatory, and it therefore did not act illegally by ignoring the FIA's...
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