F1 must never be afraid to disqualify drivers

F1 must never be afraid to disqualify drivers

It was galling to see Daniel Ricciardo and Red Bull disqualified in Australia but, argues JONATHAN NOBLE, the correct policing of the sport must always be a priority

What a shame for Daniel Ricciardo that a truly sensational home-race podium finish will now, thanks to a row over fuel-flow rates, be decided in the court rooms of Paris.

And I'm miffed for all the boys and girls at Red Bull, who, after the crisis of pre-season Formula 1 testing at Jerez and in Bahrain, saw their brilliant efforts allow them to become Mercedes' main threat in Melbourne only for it all to end in disappointment.

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