F1 » Hamilton dismayed by Singapore setbacks

Lewis Hamilton wasn't hiding his disappointment with how the Singapore GP turned out for Mercedes this weekend, with both cars finishing just off the podium by the finish.

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September 23, 2013 1:12 PM

The fuel flow limit of 100kg per hour seems to be what's causing the chemistry student some issues. A 2 hour race like Singapore will therefore use 200kg of fuel, perhaps that makes sense in the classroom but he needs to consider that at Singapore the car is nowhere near 100% throttle for the entire lap.
100kg per hour is the maximum fuel flow at full throttle PCX, not an average!

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