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March 20, 2014 6:16 PM

F1 » Teams were aware of sensor issue


@rob01 There is not a better or worse method to determine fuel flow. There is a correct and incorrect one. If they prove that the sensor gives false reading and their method is giving the right readings and that they haven't breached the rules they are cleared for their second place. It is easy to measure how much the deviation of a sensor is, there are special certified labs that do that kind of work for every type of sensor which are not connected to FIA and any of the manufactures. Also it may have occurred to You that if RedBull had a faulty sensors, other teams may had one too, which instead of showing a bigger fuel flow be deviating on the other side, thus giving some teams an advantage...

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March 20, 2014 5:58 PM
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F1 » Red Bull to appeal Ricciardo exclusion


@BobaFett So both cars run the same sensor, was that the reason Vettel retired, so he can give the sensor to DR? The sensor was replaced two times during the weekend because it was faulty. Both sensors were provided by FIA, the sensor that was in the car during the race, was the first one used in the weekend, deemed faulty and then by advice from FIA ran with an offset to compensate for the deviation. Lets see what the verdict of FIA will be. Also do You change the light bulb in your bathroom after the one in the living room goes, that answers Your point for vettel's sensor not being changed...

physics

March 20, 2014 5:28 PM

F1 » Teams were aware of sensor issue


Point is, RedBull is not in the wrong till proven otherwise. They acted that way and we will see if they were correct or not. If in the end they prove to be correct they keep second place. If they have listened to the marshals, who are not FIA btw, turned the wick down, lost places, and then proven that the request was incorrect they win nothing from it, except "I told you so". And "I told you so" doesn't win championships.

physics

March 20, 2014 6:01 PM

F1 » Teams were aware of sensor issue


rob01: i agree that the sensor is a problem. it was decided before the race as to how it would be handled. that is where red bull will lose the debate.
We will see what the verdict from FIA will be. My personal opinion is, that if RedBull manages to prove not exceeding fuel flow regulations, they should get their podium back.


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