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Verstappen and Red Bull suspected by rivals of overcooling fuel in Spain

Max Verstappen ran the risk of having his fuel over-cooled just before the start of the Spanish Grand Prix, some competitors suspect. With that news comes The Race Sunday night. If the fuel is cooled more than prescribed, a start from the pit lane follows. It did not come to that, however. Fuel rules Lance Stroll and Sebastian Vettel did suffer that fate, in the previous Grand Prix in Miami. But what about this exactly? The FIA regulations state that the temperature of the fuel intended for "immediate use" in a car may not be more than ten degrees Celsius below the ambient temperature. Read more Verstappen and Russell happy that incident in Turn 3 was not investigated further On...
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