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Going green in F1 makes about as much sense as saying the earth is the center of the universe,,, but the prevailing politics 'of the day' see/saw both as unpopular positions in the eyes of the establishment. Efficiency is performance. Rules and control only slow down the competition. You want closer racing, just add weight penalties, you want less gas consumed, just mandate limited fuel quantities per driver per race, its that simple. It really is quite simple, the confusion (excessive rule setting) is what is used to promote agendas, not to promote public welfare. A driver can get through a race quicker refueling mid race than they can lumbering around with a big ol tank full of gas, which uses more gas anyways/per lap time. The people in charge don't want efficiency, they want you to believe.



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