Valtteri Bottas has played down fears grands prix will become little more than fuel-saving affairs in F1's new 'green' era.
Each driver will be limited to just 100 kilograms of fuel per race in 2014, representing a significant reduction over the unrestricted V8 era.
"I don't think you'll hear much about drivers having to save their tyres this year," Red Bull team boss Christian Horner told the Daily Mail, "but we might hear a lot about having to save fuel.
"My concern is that we will lose an element of wheel-to-wheel racing, of man and machine on the limit.
"Hopefully we won't see a driver having to wave rivals past because he is saving fuel to get to the chequered...
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