The Silverstone-based team gave the case to the FIA Steward after Vettel’s car was excluded from the second place finish in Budapest because it did not leave the required 1 liter of fuel for post-race checks. I was hoping to see it again.
Aston Martin initially believed that telemetry data from the car showed that there was 1.44 liters more fuel than the 0.3 liters the FIA could initially emit.
It was believed that a failure of the car’s fuel system contributed to the situation, meaning that fuel had not been transferred to a tank accessible to the FIA.
However, at the FIA hearing on Monday, the FIA declined a request to review Aston Martin’s case. The latest sign from the team was that there was a mechanical problem that could mean that there was no 1 liter of fuel left.
Aston Martin fails Vettel’s Hungarian GPDQ F1 review bid
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