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Whiting warns teams over fuel consumption

Formula 1 race director Charlie Whiting has warned that there will be zero tolerance over the fuel consumption limit ahead of this weekend's Australian Grand Prix. Teams must use no more than 100kg of fuel across the course of the race and Whiting has warned that any team stepping over the limit will face disqualification. "The 100kg is the maximum and, if they go over, they have exceeded the limit and there is no tolerance," he said. "We are confident of the meter's accuracy," he said of the fuel flow limit device. "It will always be correlated with data we have from injectors to make sure there is not a wide divergence, but from what we have seen so far that will...
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