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

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pcx. sunny's liveliehood is in engines, and I would go by his comments anytime. I also worked with engines (my own) but am not so conversant with the science f it. however, I see serious flaws in your arguments. a turbo is more efficient than an na engine (that is why all manufacturers are turning to smaller turbo engines). and I see no reason why a turbo would run any hotter as the thermal efficiency is relative to the amount of fuel being utilised, which will be less.

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