Red Bull hearing to take place on April 14
21 March 2014 – Red Bull's appeal over Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix will be heard by the International Court of Appeal in Paris on April 14, governing body the FIA has confirmed.
Ricciardo finished the season-opening race in second position, but the Australian was excluded from the results after the stewarding panel determined that his car consistently exceeded the fuel flow rate limit of 100 kg/h.
Red Bull, which also used its own fuel sensor in the race after deciding that the FIA's device showed inaccurate readings throughout practice and qualifying, confirmed that it had lodged an official appeal on Thursday.
The hearing will take place in the French capital on Monday April 14, with proceedings kicking off at 9.30am.
It means that the final Australian Grand Prix order will not be fully confirmed until after the third round in Bahrain.
The FIA has stated that the result of the appeal will be made public "as soon as possible after the hearing."