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Quality assurance data from fuel sensor causes daniel ricciardo to be disqualified from australia race results

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Published on March 16, 2014

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Quality Assurance data from Fuel Sensor causes Daniel Ricciardo to be disqualified from Australia race results.
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo has lost his second-place finish in Sunday's Australian Grand Prix after stewards decided his car had run with too high a fuel flow rate during the race.
Under article 5.1.4 of the new 2014 technical regulations, cars are limited to a fuel flow rate of 100kg/hour, as measured by an FIA-homologated sensor on the car.

According to the stewards’ report, Red Bull used a different fuel sensor on Saturday after they found the one used on Friday had produced unreliable readings. The question of quality assurance and the reliability of data comes into play of the performance of the sensor.
The stewards' decision in full:

The Stewards, having received a report from the Technical Delegate, heard from the team representatives, have considered the following matter and determine a breach of the regulations has been committed by the competitor named below and impose the penalty referred to.

No/Driver: 3, Daniel Ricciardo
Competitor: Infiniti Red Bull Racing
Time: 20:17
Session: Race
Facts: Car #3 was not in compliance with article 5.1.4 of the FIA Formula 1 technical tegulations.
Offence: Breach of article 3.2 of the FIA Formula 1 sporting regulations and Article 5.1.4 of the FIA Formula 1 technical regulations.
Decision: Car #3 is excluded from the race results.
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Page  1 Quality Assurance Data From Fuel Sensor Causes Daniel Recciardo Disqualification

Page  2 Daniel Ricciardo to be disqualified from Australia race results Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo has lost his second-place finish in Sunday's Australian Grand Prix after stewards decided his car had run with too high a fuel flow rate during the race. Under article 5.1.4 of the new 2014 technical regulations, cars are limited to a fuel flow rate of 100kg/hour, as measured by an FIA- homologated sensor on the car. According to the stewards’ report, Red Bull used a different fuel sensor on Saturday after they found the one used on Friday had produced unreliable readings. The question of quality assurance and the reliability of data comes into play of the performance of the sensor. .

Page  3 Steward report The Stewards, having received a report from the Technical Delegate, heard from the team representatives, have considered the following matter and determine a breach of the regulations has been committed by the competitor named below and impose the penalty referred to. No/Driver: 3, Daniel Ricciardo Competitor: Infiniti Red Bull Racing Time: 20:17 Session: Race Facts: Car #3 was not in compliance with article 5.1.4 of the FIA Formula 1 technical Regulations. Offence: Breach of article 3.2 of the FIA Formula 1 sporting regulations and Article 5.1.4 of the FIA Formula 1 technical regulations. Decision: Car #3 is excluded from the race results.

Page  4 Steward report Con’t Reason: 1) The technical delegate reported to the stewards that car #3 exceeded the required fuel mass flow of 100kg/h. (article 5.1.4 of the Formula 1 technical regulations) 2) This parameter is outside of the control of the driver, Daniel Ricciardo. 3) The fuel flow is measured using the fuel flow sensor (Art. 5.10.3 & 5.10.4 of the technical regulations) which is homologated by the FIA and owned and operated by the team. 4) The stewards considered the history of the fitted fuel flow sensor, as described by the team and the technical delegate's representative who administers the programme. Their description of the history of the sensor matches. a. During practice one a difference in reading between the first three and run four was detected. The same readings as Run 4 were observed throughout practice two. b. The team used a different sensor on Saturday but did not get readings that were satisfactory to them or the FIA, so they were instructed to change the sensor within parc ferme on Saturday night. c. They operated the original sensor during the race, which provided the same readings as run four of practice one, and practice two.

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Page  6 Management System Requirements The organisation shall establish, document, implement and maintain a quality management system and continually improve its effectiveness in accordance with the requirements of this International Standard. The organisation shall a) determine the processes needed for the quality management system and their application throughout the organisation , b) determine the sequence and interaction of these processes, c) determine criteria and methods needed to ensure that both the operation and control of these processes are effective, d) ensure the availability of resources and information necessary to support the operation and monitoring of these processes, e) monitor, measure where applicable, and analyse these processes, and f) implement actions necessary to achieve planned results and continual improvement of these processes.

Page  7 Outcomes A management system should have :  An effective audit program  Scheduled audits on the basis of risk and importance of processes  Effective audit checklists  Review and follow up corrective actions  Management Review Meeting  Your can join our free webinar http://iso26000.net.au/webinar1/discover-the-power-of-auditing- for-small-business-registration

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