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Whiting clarifies 2014 rules

Now fitted with an FIA approved sensor, teams are limited to a fuel flow rate of just 100kg per hour. They are further limited in the race to just 100kg of fuel. Any car which runs out of fuel on the slowing down lap would, in Whiting's opinion, have fallen foul of the 'unnecessary stopping' rule since teams should be filling the car with enough fuel for any formation laps, the race and slowing down lap, a sum which would equate to more than 100kg of fuel. If it doesn't it has only itself to blame. Conversely should a team be found to have used even a drop more than 100kg of fuel from the start of the race to the finish it would also be in breach of the rules.It is expected any car guilty...
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