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rob01

March 24, 2014 11:46 AM

F1 » Red Bull appeal date set


Here is a funny I found. The Red Bull team have said that it's not only the FIA's fuel sensors that are incorrect. At last weekend's Australian Grand Prix, the card-reading device at the paddock entrance failed to register one of their official passes. That team member represented 0.7% of their personnel in Australia and so the team installed their own pass-reading device at the gate to allow all of them in. A spokesman for the team denied that they were getting above themselves and taking the law into their own hands and have already cleared the use of the new Red Bull reader with the Malaysian Grand Prix Race Director Dr Helmut Marko.

rob01

March 24, 2014 11:19 AM

F1 » Red Bull appeal date set


Taipan, I am only going by the rules set forth for ALL the teams when I make the statements I make on this subject. It may be very possible to show they didn't run over the limit but it will do no good in the eyes of the court. Theirs is not THE approved method but one that works for them. They ignored the directives set forth on the flow sensor and therefore anything they can prove will be worthless. I would have the same opinion if any team did the same as it is black and white to me. Now the owner is saying he is not in it for the long haul. Sounds like a threat to get some sort of satisfaction. That I do not like either.

rob01

March 24, 2014 10:52 AM

F1 » Red Bull appeal date set


Taipan: Obviously no one's told Mateschitz that he doesn't have a leg to stand on, he had this to say... "The fact is that the federation’s sensor has given inaccurate values since the beginning of the winter tests” “We can prove that we were within the limits in Australia" So hypothetically speaking, IF they prove that the sensor was inaccurate and IF they prove they were below the 100kg/h throughout the race weekend, are they still guilty of breaking the 100kg/h limit? Taipan, Dietrich is throwing a hissy. He is saying he may leave the sport if he doesn't get a favorable result in the appeal Red Bull NOW believes their own hype. And yes to the second part of your question. Guilty.

rob01

March 23, 2014 2:55 PM

F1 » Red Bull appeal date set


they didn't tell red bull to change it. red bull was not happy with the results and wanted to try another one to see if they could get better results. after running the second one it was determined by red bellends that the first one was better to use. and that its the one they raced with.


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