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‘F1 should push fuel economy harder'

Formula One should be pushing for even greater fuel economy next season rather than talking about 'completely unrealistic' ways of changing the rules, according to Mercedes technical head Paddy Lowe. The start of the season has been dominated by talk of tweaking the new rules to make cars louder and possibly relaxing the strict limit of 100kg of fuel per car per race or making races shorter. International Automobile Federation (FIA) president Jean Todt told reporters at Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix that the governing body would seek to boost the noise of the new V6 turbos but made clear little else would change. "It seems that Mercedes is stronger. I don't have the power to say 'let's...
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