F1 » Spanish Grand Prix 2013: New hard tyre won't change much – Vettel

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Can't imagine whats going to happen next year when they are running substantially less fuel. Maybe they could get the weight restriction removed if they built a bat mobile? Maybe Pirelli will actually make a tire that can hold itself together next year and not so many people will realize how much less power (stoichiometric ratios people/fuel tank size) next year's cars have. What's up with commentators assuming less revs equals more torque, what a bunch of spoiled cheese. The torque wont be there if they dont have enough fuel to make it last the whole race. Bring back in race refueling and liberalize the motor regulations and you might see some interesting things coming out of the V6's, but not with reduced fuel, just a lot of covering up, like whats going on in MotoGP with the 1000cc bikes. BTW KERS as it stands right now, doesnt make up for it's weight in fuel, or free weight if it were not mandated implicitly with the weight restrictions.

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