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What we learned at the Malaysian Grand Prix

Why we have fuel flow sensorsThis was the weekend that the F1 press room went back to school, sitting in rows and taking notes as FIA head of powertrain Fabrice Lom used a variety of coloured markers and a whiteboard to explain why the fuel flow sensors were a necessary element of the 2014 technical regulations.Following on from articles in the media – including one by Kate Walker for Crash.net – asking why the fuel economy message could not have been spread to the world at large simply by limiting the amount of fuel drivers were allowed to use per race, Lom thought it wise to explain to the non-technical press corps just why the fuel flow rate had to be limited. (And, as a result,...
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