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FIA confirmed Red Bull appeal to be heard on April 14, 2014

AUTO / MONDIAL DE L'AUTOMOBILE 2010Formula One governing body the FIA has confirmed that the world champions, Red Bull’s appeal over Daniel Ricciardo’s exclusion from theseason opening Australian Grand Prix will be heard by the International Court of Appeal in Paris on April 14, 2014.

Hearing:

(FIA)Appeal lodged by the Österreichischer Automobil-Motorrad und Touring Club – Oberste Nationale Sportkommission für den Motorsport (ÖAMTC-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 Österreichischer Automobil-Motorrad und Touring Club – Oberste Nationale Sportkommission für den Motorsport (ÖAMTC-OSK) on behalf of its licence-holder, Infiniti Red Bull Racing, decided to appeal this decision before the International Court of Appeal.

When

9.30 hrs

Monday, April 14, 2014

Where

FIA Salle du Comité,

8, place de la Concorde,

75008 Paris

 

Decision

The decision will be published as soon as possible after the hearing.

Accreditation

Requests for accreditation must be sent by email to the FIA Press Office (press@fia.com) on the official letterhead paper of the publication or other medium requesting accreditation, no later than Monday, April 7, 2014 at 5.00 pm (CET).

The accreditation request must be signed by the Chief Editor or the Head of a Department (specify which) of the relevant publication, or medium.

The accreditation request must include the following:

i) the hearing and the date for which the accreditation is requested;

ii) name of the journalist and photocopy of his professional press card (currently valid);

iii) email address to which the FIA can send an answer.

Source:- FIA

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