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Lewis Hamilton says three engine rule next year 'sucks'

Lewis Hamilton says the decision to reduce the maximum number of engines per season for each driver from four to three before incurring a penalty 'sucks'. The FIA believes reducing the number of engines will bring costs down – although that hasn't been the case with drivers taking extra engines when required and just accepting that brings with it a penalty – and agreed that each season the number would reduce, with 2018 set to drop to three. Hamilton believes that is a stupid decision which hinders the racing as drivers are forced to conserve their engines by driving below the limit on Sunday, whilst they may begin limiting the amount of running on Friday's and during...
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