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March 29, 2014 6:23 AM

F1 » FIA rejects Horner fuel flow suggestion

BT33: Absolute nonsense Fabrice Lom - get rid of the fuel flow rate.
That's a load of BS, The only way forward is like they say in rugby, arguing with the ref, back 10 metres or sin bin.
I'm not arguing with the ref (RBR is doing that) I disagree with the fuel flow rate rule.
Ok, you are not, so do you agree with RBR arguing with the ref? and yes likes and dislikes is a right of yours, but RBR was part of the lot (technical working group) that agreed to the present rules and that includes the fuel flow restriction, so how come now they saying there is no need for it, one thing is for sure, the game cannot be played by the RBR selective rules interpretations in accordance to their needs.


March 28, 2014 9:54 PM

F1 » Red Bull could risk FIA wrath again

Quoting from AMuS (German), “Today it came to light that apparently three Renault engine teams made changes/modified to the fuel supply to and from the (£4500 each) sensor, one of the teams is RBR. My opinion only, the FIA today have pretty much indicated it will be their way or the highway over the fuel flow sensor issue and that RBR have no chance of winning their appeal against their DQ in AUSTALIA.


March 29, 2014 7:05 AM

F1 » Red Bull could risk FIA wrath again

The FIA is saying that the sensor is OK, it's RBR that is saying that, the sensor is no good, the sensor readings are not good, the sensor failed, there is no need for a sensor, the FIA must find a better way of measuring flow, the 100kg fuel load for a race alone is the way to go, the FIA should use two or three sensors, the FIA was wrong in requesting RBR to lower their fuel flow, the FIA fuel flow readings were no good, only their injectors flow reading were good, RBR had a right to use their own mapped and calibrated measuring system as against the official FIA measuring system.

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