The Fuelgate saga is continuing in Malaysia a report emerging that, after Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification in Melbourne, Red Bull spent over $130,000 on five brand new FIA-mandated Gill sensors for the Sepang race.
“We are not taking any chances and we have gone out independently and bought sensors so we know that we will have at least one that works properly,” a team source told The Times.
Red Bull has appealed Ricciardo’s exclusion, and last week at Milton Keynes FIA figures had been invited to inspect the sensors the reigning world champions claim were faulty in Australia.
But the trouble hasn’t stopped there, as Auto Motor und Sport reports that, during the first practice session at Sepang, Ricciardo’s RB10 once again struck fuel flow sensor problems.
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