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I absolutely agree with Paul. The amount of fuel F1 cars use is so minute compared to the amount of fuel used worldwide, if you were to make a graph of the amount of fuel F1 cars in total used on a race weekend, compared to the total amount of fuel used by all cars in the world on a weekend, the number for F1 cars would be too small to represent (I don't mean that too seriously but you get it). If people actually wanted to save fuel, they would go to America and replace all those V8/V10 utes, and even V8 cars, with small Ford Fiestas. But seriously, look at most of the cars in America, they are all pretty much V8's, and the only thing they are used for is so they can drive to McDonalds and back, or drop their kids off to football training. Now I'm not targeting America on purpose, I'm just using it as a good example. Don't ruin my sport just because it's an easy target for you environmentalists.



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