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Malaysian GP…from an engine point of view

Sepang in numbers : (with 1 being the easiest, 5 being the most severe) INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE 4 MGU-K 3 MGU-H 4 BATTERY 3 FUEL CONSUMPTION 5 ENERGY RECOVERY 4 Sepang overview: Rémi Taffin, Renault Sport F1 head of track operations: Sepang is one of the circuits whose technical requirements will change under the new regulations. In the V8 era the circuit sat towards the middle of the table for the challenge it posed for engines but now it will be one of the toughest races of the year. Of the six main components of the PU, the internal combustion engine will be under the most pressure in Malaysia. The humidity in Sepang made it a little bit easier on normally aspirated engines since...
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