F1 » Hamilton: Refuelling ban makes F1 cars 'time bombs'

McLaren-Mercedes' 2008 world champion Lewis Hamilton has cautioned that the renewed ban on refuelling in the top flight in 2010 has turned F1 cars into dangerous 'time bombs'.

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cknopp - Unregistered

February 03, 2010 6:51 PM

They should have brought back the 2005 spec Bridgestones without the grooves for 2010. No refueling, no tyre changes, no tyre warmers, 3 sets of tyres per weekend instead of 14...

You know, cost cutting...

And then you would have low fuel quali lining up the cars on the grid, and watching the fuel efficient cars passing throught the race, only to be repassed at the end under low fuel configuration.

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