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FIA sets Red Bull appeal date

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21/03/2014

The FIA has revealed the date when Red Bull's appeal against its disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix will be heard.

In a brief statement issued this afternoon, the sport's governing body said:

"Appeal lodged by the Osterreichischer Automobil-Motorrad und Touring Club – Oberste Nationale Sportkommission fur den Motorsport (OAMTC-OSK) on behalf of its licence-holder Infiniti Red Bull Racing against the decision No. 56 dated 16 March 2014 of the FIA Stewards of the 2014 Australian Grand Prix counting towards the 2014 FIA Formula One World Championship.

On 16 March 2014 the panel of the stewards decided to exclude car No. 3 (driver Daniel Ricciardo) from the results of the race as it was found being out of compliance with the Technical Regulations (the Technical Delegate reported to the Stewards that car No. 3 exceeded the required fuel mass flow of 100kg/h).

On 20 March 2014, the Osterreichischer Automobil-Motorrad und Touring Club – Oberste Nationale Sportkommission für den Motorsport (OAMTC-OSK) on behalf of its licence-holder, Infiniti Red Bull Racing, decided to appeal this decision before the International Court of Appeal.

When: 09.30 Monday, April 14, 2014

Where: Place de la Concorde, Paris

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1. Posted by John VFR, 24/03/2014 17:25

"I agree,seems clear to me what's gone on.What do the teams do until this is resolved?
The cars look ridiculous,they sound like a WW2 doodlebug (Google Doodlebug sound to see where I'm coming from) and now this.
For me F1 never fails to over complicate a simple regulation,I'm expecting the viewing figures to be significantly down for the next race and if anything will get Bernie's attention that will.
Expect big changes soon."

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2. Posted by Kkiirmki, 23/03/2014 20:16

"Why such a delay, surely this is an open and shut case? Not only do fans want to know the result after the race they don't want to have to wait nearly a month to have the result confirmed."

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3. Posted by F One, 23/03/2014 8:39

"Seems pretty open and shut doesn't it?
Red Bull ignored FIA instructions and used too much fuel giving themselves an unfair advantage."

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4. Posted by GoodPublicity, 23/03/2014 2:16

"The key issue is what Red Bull's fuel strategy will be in the next two races before the appeal is heard.

Will there be a repeat of Albert Park, or will Red Bull (and other teams?) protest after the finish if there are more discrepancies between the readings from the FIA sensor and Red Bull's telemetry?

Can't wait for the first press conference at Sepang!"

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