Adrian Sutil has rubbished concerns that this season could be boring despite drivers at times having to embark on "endurance racing".
This year's Championship sees a swap to 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 engines with ERS while fuel has also been limited.
Drivers may now use no more than 100kgs of fuel to reach the chequered flag on a Sunday afternoon, roughly 60kgs less than in 2013.
The fuel limit, coupled with reliability concerns about the new engines, has sparked fears that F1 could be in for a boring season.
Sutil, however, reckons it will be anything but.
"I don't know why there is such a negative mood in the paddock," the Sauber driver told N. "It's a new...
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