Ross Brawn is confident next year's Championship will not descend into a fuel efficiency war.
As of next season, not only will Formula One switch to 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 engines but teams will also be limited to 100kgs of fuel.
That is believed to around 60kgs less than what they currently use sparking fears next year's races could be won or lost on fuel save.
Brawn, though, insists that won't happen.
"From what we've done modelling and simulation I think there will be a difference between qualifying and the race," the Merc team boss told NF1. "Because in qualifying you'll be controlled by the fuel flow rate and in the race you'll be controlled by the overall fuel...
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