RED BULL APPEAL: Red Bull's appeal against driver Daniel Ricciardo's (inset) disqualification at the 2014 Australian GP will take place in Paris following the Bahrain GP in April. Image: AFP
SEPANG, Malaysia - Red Bull Formula 1 team principal Christian Horner says his team will meet F1 race director Charlie Whiting before deciding on its use of fuel sensors for the March 30 2014 Malaysian GP.
Daniel Ricciardo was disqualified from the 2014 Australian GP after finishing second. Officials claimed Red Bull exceeded the fuel-flow limit of 100kg/h.
Red Bull blamed the issue on faulty readings from the International Automobile Federation-approved fuel sensors and appealed against the disqualification.
Horner told Sky Sports he would consult Whiting "before the race, in the event that the situation arises".
"Then we'll have to make a call in the race."
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