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FIA to clamp down on fuel-flow trickery in 2020

The FIA will attempt to clamp down on rumoured fuel-flow sensor trickery next season, with a recent technical directive issued this week requiring all teams to run a second sensor. Speculation that Ferrari in particular were tricking the fuel-flow sensor to deliver more fuel than the rules allow – a rate of 100kg/h – heightened ahead of the United States Grand Prix when Red Bull approached the FIA with questions over the legality of such a system. It's thought – though hasn't been proven – that Ferrari is using electrical interference to bypass the flow rate of the sensor and following Red Bull's highlighting of this, the FIA issued a technical...
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