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Kate Walker: Fuel madness

Back in the dark days of winter testing, when teams were seemingly incapable of completing race distances and we were all sniggering about the phallic look of the new generation of F1 cars, Crash.net was the first outlet to talk about possible problems with the fuel flow sensors introduced to the 2014 regulations.As was the case when that first article was written, problems relating to the fuel flow sensors designed and supplied by Gill Sensors, were sub judice, or subject to legal proceedings. As a consequence, those in the know can hint, but not discuss. Nothing has changed there.What has changed is that the Gill sensors are now on the tip of the tongue of F1 fans around the world, few...
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