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FIA reportedly takes action over Ferrari fuel system

The FIA appears to have launched an investigation into Ferrari's fuel system, and is reported to have seized components used by the team at the Brazilian Grand Prix. According to Auto Motor und Sport's Tobi Grüner, "a thorough investigation of the parts will be conducted in the FIA laboratories.” It's believed that the seized components include "parts of the fuel system of Ferrari" and in addition parts from "one Ferrari customer and one non-Ferrari". It comes just after the team had appeared to be given a clean bill of health after being investigated by the governing body as a result of questions raised by rival teams. Mercedes: Ferrari still quick but dip in...
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