The FIA's International Court of Appeal has dismissed Red Bull's appeal of the decision to disqualify Daniel Ricciardo from the season-opening Australian Grand Prix over a breach of the fuel flow rate regulations.
The Australian finished in second place in his Red Bull debut in the season-opener last month, but was excluded from the race shortly after when it was found that his RB10 "consistently" exceeded the allowed the fuel flow rate of 100kg/h.
Red Bull then claimed that the FIA readings were faulty and that their own measurement device showed that the limits hadn't been exceeded.
The Milton Keynes outfit claimed at the hearing that the relevant technical directive -...
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