gibells wrote:Right. I'm with you on both counts WB. No refueling and hard hard tyres. I have had enough of those damn marbles.
Only thing is it (possibly) reduces variables associated with improving the spectacle. I.e. the in-lap/pit stop/out-lap, etc. What is the possibility of less material on the really hard tyres? Meaning they would last say half a race so we don't loose the pit-stops, but still allowing the type of 4 wheel drifts/braking contests/ice racing we could possibly expect.
thestig84 wrote:So ESPimperium and Mep did you not get bored of the fuel saving section during the refuelling days?!!! Drivers not even attempting to pressure the car in front as the backed off and tried to gain that extra lap of fuel to pass it the pits. WOW Exciting!
I think the new rules are far better. I cant see how anyone gets excited about seeing a pass due to a longer stint and quick out/in laps. Now they have to pass on track (if they do/dont or can get close enough is a whole other story!)
xpensive wrote:This is why the obvious conclusion to the above argument is a maximum fuel-flow, told you so long time ago...
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