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Why not drop fuel-flow rate rule completely?

Continuing the discussion about the fuel flow rate of 100kgs per hour, Red Bull boss Christian Horner has suggested that the easiest way to ensure that all teams are not caught out by a drifting sensor is to eliminate the fuel-flow rate all together. Some fans have been asking the same question. If the teams only have 100kgs of fuel onboard, then what does it matter how quickly or slowly the teams use it? AUTOSPORT has the call: 'We need a better way of measuring and monitoring the fuel – or get rid of it totally and say you have 100kg, that is your lot,' he said. 'That would be the easiest for the FIA and the teams because the fuel flow restriction would only be qualifying, as you...
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