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Monaco GP: Preview - Renault

Internal Combustion Engine: 1MGU-K: 4MGU-H: 3Battery: 4Fuel Consumption: 1Energy Recovery: 4Renault Energy F1-2014 Fast Facts:With only 30secs of the lap spent at full throttle, the MGU-H may not be used to recover energy at all since its contribution will be so small.Since energy recovery under braking is relatively easy, Monaco is one of the few races of the year where fuel consumption won't be crucial, particularly as the overall race distance is so short.Due to the lower operating range of the turbo internal combustion engines the drivers should not hit the rev limiter hard over the bumps this year. This will stress the PUs a lot less since hitting the limiter is potentially destructive...
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