FIA set date for Red Bull appeal

Saturday 22nd March 2014

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FIA set date for Red Bull appeal

FIA set date for Red Bull appeal

Red Bull's appeal into Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification will be heard in Paris on 14 April.

Last Sunday, Ricciardo finished second in the Australian Grand Prix only to be disqualified when his RB10 was found to have consistently exceeded the fuel flow rate.

Red Bull argued that it was a problem with the sensors provided by the FIA, which were inaccurate, the result of "immature technology."

The team has subsequently appealed Ricciardo's exclusion with the FIA setting a date of 14 April for the hearing.

It will take place at the FIA headquarters in Paris and a "decision will be published as soon as possible after the hearing."

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