F1 warned of fuel-saving "mess" in 2017
The move to the new turbo hybrid regulations in 2014 was aimed at helping F1 deliver an environmentally-friendly message – with cars running around 40% less fuel than they did in the V8 era.
However, plans for higher-downforce cars next year, which will also be heavier, has prompted concerns that F1 is going to need to rethink the 100kg limit that has been in place.
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