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Sutil didn't eat for two days to lose weight

Sutton Images Enlarge Adrian Sutil has revealed he went two days without eating earlier this season in an extreme attempt to lower his weight. The heavier power units this year have resulted in teams and drivers struggling to hit the minimum weight in the regulations even though it has been upped. Taller drivers have had to shed weight in attempt to remain competitive and Sutil has raced without a drinks bottle in order to bring his combined weight with the car down. Ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix, he revealed that he had also gone to extreme measures with his diet in an attempt to gain an on-track advantage. "Of course we go to the limit and I also went to my limits. I tried to not...
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