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Jelly its a compromise, the factories want the freedom to develope their own system, hardware is not that important but the software is. So if you use your own software then its 20 litres, use the spec software its 24 even if your a factory. This way if Honda want to spend spend spend on software they can, but there is a penalty. If someone wants to save money on software they can and get more fuel allowing them to spend more resource on the chassis. This may just put a stop to the crazy spending as without lots of algorithms, maintaining high revs for an entire race with less fuel will be very hard. At the same time it gives engineers plenty of challanges.

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