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I may have misunderstood the article but it appeared to me that the car had sufficient fuel however the fuel cell wasn't disgorging it causing the engine to run lean and possibly cause damage. Renault advised Vettel to stop to avoid damage. The reason they couldn't get enough fuel for analysis was because the fuel release wasn't working.
To me there is a difference between under-fueling a car and a problem extracting sufficient fuel because of a malfunction.