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

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prof. what a load of torque from you! how do you make out that more torque equals higher fuel consumption? I would have thought that more revs (higher capacity use) would give higher usage. perhaps sunny can explain? next year there will be a limit on fuel usage which wil mean more efficient engines for a race, and LOWER fuel needs. a for kers, it will provide 160 bhp next year....not worth it? think again (not that I like it). finally, why do you want refuelling? the cars will be ble to carry enough fuel for the race at the metered rate. this is supposed to be racing, so FEWER or NO pitstops is what th true fans want, NOT more.

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