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March 23, 2014 12:46 PM

F1 » Kate Walker: Fuel madness


35edme: The teams as well as the FIA, being aware of a problem with the sensors had already decided on an accepted offset. This went some way towards satisfying everyones' c
They may have been additional error from the sensor if it lost calibration. The error may have changed from the one initially corrected for.

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March 22, 2014 12:38 PM

F1 » Kate Walker: Fuel madness


Well I still get negative votes and no one says why I am wrong... Still the disagreement stems from a misunderstanding. Teams don't obey FIA they, and also FIA, obey the rules written by FIA, they are all responsible for upholding them and solving problems like the one presented to RedBull as per the Melbourne race. Until FIA decides the outcome of the situation both parties are innocent until proven otherwise.

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March 22, 2014 11:10 AM
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F1 » Kate Walker: Fuel madness


Ok, let say You are right. Let say RedBull followed race REQUESTS. Cutting fuel back they lose power, they would have for sure lost at least one place to Kev. After the race the put an investigation and find that the sensor is faulty and they have never exceeded the fuel flow limit? What then FIA says sorry? BTW FIA has the legal power to affect race progress only due to safety reasons.

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March 22, 2014 5:43 PM

F1 » Kate Walker: Fuel madness


People here imply that RedBull will use their own method to show their fuel flow. Which is illegal, because the approved by FIA method is the sensor they provide and the back up system approved by FIA. We all agree on this, correct? They can't win this, correct? I bet you they won't even try... What they are PROBABLY (as my opinion) will do is to, with the help of their measurements and third party sensor analysis lab, together with FIA officials find and document the unit error of the sensor that was in the car of Dan during the race. When they know the error they will recalculate the real fuel flow, measured by the homologated by FIA sensor. Then we have the two possible outcomes... And I must repeat it will be done with the homologated FIA sensor, the legal way, no rule bending.


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