Why Don't F1 Cars Refuel?

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Formula 1 cars used to have refuelling in races, but why do they not do this anymore?
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Ryan McAtee
Ryan McAtee Órája
I was a big NASCAR fan, but not thrilled with their political leanings so I stopped watching. I missed watching racing and recently found F1 through the Netflix series. The F1 cars are a marvel and the races are fantastic. I noticed that yellow-flag conditions where the field resets is much less common in F1 and so position is important throughout the race. In NASCAR, you can hang back for most of the race and, as long as you are on the lead lap, make a final push at the end of the race. F1 is much more compelling in this way.
ProjectMaelstrom
ProjectMaelstrom 6 órája
Naaaaah one of your worst videos mate. Sorry but not a highlight :/
Eddie G.
Eddie G. 7 órája
Nah keep refueling banned
John Thiessen
John Thiessen 9 órája
Indycar and NASCAR refuel safely still. It is only interesting when the fuel tanks are small enought that you have to manage the fuel on board. Coming up with the right out strategy while taking into account fuel burn and tire wear is what makes racing more interesting IMHO. Right now F1 has enough gas to run full out in the highest power mode on the engine for the whole race, only thing holding the engine back is reliability and limited number of engines allowed per season. It would be interesting to see what would be done if they could run out of fuel if they screw that up...like Indycar and NASCAR.
David Mcallister
David Mcallister 9 órája
Massa comes to mind? What about the McLaren shown b4
C Dopeless
C Dopeless 16 órája
Why not ban pit-stops at all? Sure, they can develop tyres, that will last for the whole race. Yes, cars will be slower, but 98% don't care! Even more, they can develope tyres that will last for the whole season! Cars will be even more slower, but the average f1 fan don't care about the speed too much! This will improve both the safety and cost. I vote for the total pit-stop ban.
Screaming little kid
Screaming little kid Napja
2:33 sus
jamie hunter
jamie hunter Napja
i want refueling in the F1 games
Mathias Greywolf
Mathias Greywolf 2 napja
So... Every other major racing series can refuel... But not F1... NASCAR, Indy, IMSA, WEC, etc etc etc.....
Alvaro Garavito
Alvaro Garavito 2 napja
what about V10? why God, why? I ask.
Tynan Macaluso
Tynan Macaluso 2 napja
2:33
Mike Philpot music
Mike Philpot music 2 napja
Here's an interesting thought do you ever feel they'll be an f1 electric car? 🤔
Dj Sickbeatz
Dj Sickbeatz Napja
Formula E exists
Bob Wortman
Bob Wortman 2 napja
no
upthebracket26
upthebracket26 2 napja
TL:DR - The rules dont allow it
Taeru Alethea
Taeru Alethea 2 napja
'refueling' like swapping battery packs for more boost or ERS would be an interesting addition.
Eric Lamont
Eric Lamont 2 napja
Sooo... why do GT cars still refuel?!
sotitofanschop
sotitofanschop 2 napja
It was ñast reason. F1 was quite vocal then about trying to expand in the US for the $$$ in the market. It sort of turned people off as it was basically saying fans are too stupid to understand strategy, let’s take away refueling, add KERS and hope for more overtakes on track.
Dennis Chin
Dennis Chin 2 napja
Netflix has documentary about F1, it's really nice to watch and learned a lot about it. They spend like anywhere from 3-400M to like "Big dogs" like red bull spend double of that.
AttilatheThrilla
AttilatheThrilla 3 napja
They still do it in Indy.... Pit stops are boring as hell now in F1 and fuel consumption was an amazing strategic play during the race.. and if teams can’t afford it then they shouldn’t be in the sport.. Edit: I also disagree with the timing difference of fuel weight because the cars are so close in time it could actually make a massive difference
mero shango
mero shango 4 napja
So they always race with the full tank from star until the end?????
jermaine chandler
jermaine chandler 4 napja
No
Rik Mono
Rik Mono 4 napja
REAL ANSWER- because it was interesting!!
matthew 2779
matthew 2779 4 napja
You seriously ask the most stupid explainable questions ? Ahhh duh cause it's dangerous nerd. Duh
mathew mcintosh
mathew mcintosh 4 napja
What is the issue with fitting smaller fuel cells and using Nascar style gas cans 🤔 F1 likes to over engineer and complicate things. The casual fans want drama, the teams want cost effective, and the drivers want safe and a smaller on board fuel load could make that happen. And for added fun make the fuel gage only visible from the side of the car so crews have to keep topped up or gamble on how much is left.
HavokR505
HavokR505 5 napja
whats more chaotic than the grid constantly shuffled because of fuel load?
HavokR505
HavokR505 5 napja
1. financially that probably sits around 1% of the budget so its a bad excuse 2. safety is a valid point but its still not rly a big deal its absolutely worth the risk. qualifying on race fuel load is such a crazy strategic option and if the whole point of F1 is managed risk vs the spectacle. I think refueling is more than worth it.
Matt 68
Matt 68 5 napja
I just want v8's back
margus kiis
margus kiis 5 napja
Only Schumacher fans want refueling back.
Rocka Boo
Rocka Boo 6 napja
They don't refuel anymore? Wow I haven't watch F1 for a long time.
K mk
K mk 6 napja
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K mk 6 napja
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Luciano Arebalo
Luciano Arebalo 6 napja
F1 races are so boring, if it relies on bringing in new fans then having Hamilton win every race and having no real close matchups is the last thing new fans are gonna want, where’s the drama, action, stakes?
Chris Baker
Chris Baker 6 napja
I watched that race with the car going up in flames in his pit stop, and I watched the fuel hose incident and as far as I'm concerned they should NEVER allow refueling to be done in a race. Damn the expense, it isn't worth the possible injuries and deaths that might occur. The cars are safer than ever and why go back to something that is decidedly unsafe? I think that would be stupid. edit: Why do so many people who say they don't like F1 feel the need to even watch a video about one aspect of it? Dudes! Go watch something you like and quit dissing the racing I like. I suppose if I was dumb like them I could go watch a indy car race video and then make stupid comments about everything I think is wrong with it but no, I have better things to do. I will however spare a moment to make a rude comment about those big 4 wheel tanks that run around big ovals most of the time and refer to the organizations name as "NASCRASH" because I used to watch it, but they had so many stupid crashes especially with restricter plates that I quit watching. They used to be almost "stock" cars and that was fun because they were real cars just hopped up. Now they bare as much resemblance to the cars they are called as a Barrett sniper rifle does to a bb gun.
Gilles Grindel
Gilles Grindel 7 napja
The 2nd dumbest decision FIA have ever take is stoping the refueling for F1. The first was the end of sand and grass that made the mistake reparable. Since then, everybody has the same strategy. Everybody start with the same level of fuel. and races are boring and no one can really make a difference in the pits. Michael sprinting all race long in France to make 4 pit-stops when everybody made only 3 was so beautifull to watch even if I never like the man and it's something we wouldn't see again.
Christopher Guy
Christopher Guy 7 napja
It isn't confusing, they refuel in Indy Car, NASCAR, Just to name two. The pit stops are too predictable, I enjoy Indy Car where they change tyres, refuel and make adjustments to the car. You need to bring back the rule where you start with what you qualified on for the top ten, none of this using the rubber from Q2. The FIA could have every team use the same fuel rig as a cost savings measure.
ethan hunt
ethan hunt 7 napja
if 75% of the races were boring back then that means now atleast 99% of the races are boring
Keith G
Keith G 7 napja
Really miss refuelling
Rodrigo Mesquita
Rodrigo Mesquita 8 napja
I didn't even know there was not refueling anymore on F1. I used to watch it with my dad but after moving out realised it's actually pretty boring most of the time.
AutoTempest.com
AutoTempest.com 8 napja
I'd like to see it if it could be done safely.
Capten Hook
Capten Hook 8 napja
It would cost millions.... yeah when you over regulate the piss out of something it does cost millions. Nascar seems to get along fine with refueling.
Sarjeel Maharaj
Sarjeel Maharaj 8 napja
It is better not to refuel it's costing the driver and the cars and don't forget what happens if the cars crash like how George Russell and Valltteri Bottas at Emilia Romagna Grand Prix both crushed in to the wall
dante dt
dante dt 8 napja
Refuelling was burned.
Carl Malone
Carl Malone 9 napja
My conclusion...F1 still sucks.
Hamish pym
Hamish pym 10 napja
Refueling was banned in anticipation of eF1 and they didn’t want to have a race that went for 15 hours as the cars are recharged mid race.
red grozdanic
red grozdanic 10 napja
Me:f*ck u refuel
colin malone
colin malone 10 napja
Pit stops today are just stupid done below 2 seconds no entertainment bring back refuelling and have 3 people, 1 for refuelling 1 for jacks 1 for wheels and it would bring back excitement and mistakes instead of Mercedes 1 and 2 nearly every week at the moment no point in having pitstops might have tyres that last whole race and also the pits are closed shite
Nick mag
Nick mag 10 napja
I mean I refuel mi car everyday not that hard if I’m honest
twl197860
twl197860 11 napja
84 wasn't the only other time refueling was ban it was ban for a few years during the 70's oil crisis .
triynizzles
triynizzles 11 napja
I don't get it how do they race without refueling LOL
Lucas Tekkan
Lucas Tekkan Napja
@triynizzles Well, doing some calculations, Cars can carry around 110 kg of Fuel, assuming 0,745 kg/l as the density of fuel, you get 147L of fuel. The common traveled distance for a GP in Silverstone is 306.2 km (190 miles, 52 laps). That would give us a consumption of 48L/100 km or 5 mpg (US) and 6 mpg (Imperial)
triynizzles
triynizzles Napja
@Lucas Tekkan how many MPGs are races are like 200 mi right?
Lucas Tekkan
Lucas Tekkan Napja
@triynizzles Yep. 1.6L Turbocharged V6s. Formula 1 engineers are top notch
triynizzles
triynizzles Napja
@Lucas Tekkan are they really? I'm an American so I've never watched but I'm fascinated
Lucas Tekkan
Lucas Tekkan Napja
The engines are efficient enough, the cars are also hybrids, so, there is that
Maikel Ozten
Maikel Ozten 12 napja
did that woman have a goatee?
gary murphy
gary murphy 12 napja
Because F1 is no longer the "ultimate/pinicle" motorsort. The rules are put there to slow cars down. Do you really think these teams are money straped. regards safety , these drivers are paid millions of pounds,if they dont want the danger , be a postman. Look at moto gp,those guys are heros. F1 is shite now, biggest ever waste of time DRS.
Ferdy Kurnia Triyuliananda
Ferdy Kurnia Triyuliananda 12 napja
Sadly it's only mostly popular in asian countries but still i respect every single rider in the championship for risking their lives either fighting for the championship and entertain people at home
Kyle Harrison
Kyle Harrison 12 napja
We need something like a formula 0. No restrictions, just make the fastest cars possible and race them
Ferdy Kurnia Triyuliananda
Ferdy Kurnia Triyuliananda 12 napja
You mean a Group B on Circuit?
Róbert Balázs Lőrincz
Róbert Balázs Lőrincz 13 napja
Wasn't refueling primarily banned because of several accidents including Felipe Massa driving off with the fuel pipe detaching from its mount thus his car's fuel system was left open and the mentioned Verstappen Fuel Leak Fire incident? There are SEVERAL videos of that!
PG16
PG16 13 napja
Because a Verstappen will be on fire
Jorge Rueda
Jorge Rueda 13 napja
I believed this variable should be put back to race.
John Lucas
John Lucas 14 napja
Man, I'm one of those that had no idea they don't refuel anymore! Also, I had no idea that they did bluffs about refueling before, given I was a kid back then.
papa bits
papa bits 15 napja
Why does anyone Care? No one watches F1
Dr Villamizar Quintero
Dr Villamizar Quintero 15 napja
Really? I didn’t know refueling was banned in F1, used to love F1 until mid 2000s
ZSU-23-4 Shilka
ZSU-23-4 Shilka 15 napja
Probable reason refueling is banned in formula 1: faster pit stops
Stephen Brandon
Stephen Brandon 15 napja
Every form of racing refuels, except f1, why is refueling so much more expensive in f1?
charles klein
charles klein 16 napja
Pit fires are the main reason they dont fuel during the race.
Alex G
Alex G 16 napja
Hello, pretty new to F1. I’m a tall guy, well over 6’. Just wondering how height impacts the sport, car design, and/or teams selecting drivers
TandemDawgBMG
TandemDawgBMG 16 napja
NASCAR doesn't seem to have this problem... Just saying, that being said, I don't watch NASCAR or F1 because they both suck.
JNOIRAMC
JNOIRAMC 16 napja
if refueling cost time, why they don't make change fuel tanks
Oh I don't know
Oh I don't know 14 napja
@JNOIRAMC What do you suggest? Have it on the outside where it will be susceptible to crash damage, that would be intrinsically unsafe. Even if you put it on a roof rack you would still need to use a number of fixing points and dry break connectors to make and break the various feeds and returns needed. Sorry, the idea is unworkable.
JNOIRAMC
JNOIRAMC 14 napja
if they can make it accessible, so they can change faster..
Oh I don't know
Oh I don't know 15 napja
Yes, taking the engine out, splitting th tub to get to the deeply embedded fuel tank would be so much faster.....
Chance.M
Chance.M 17 napja
For someone new to f1 where should I even start
Michael Monroe
Michael Monroe 17 napja
F1 will all be electric cars soon.
MrGrombie
MrGrombie 17 napja
How does NASCAR do it every week without complaining? And the fans love seeing solid pit teams there...
Oh I don't know
Oh I don't know 15 napja
NASCAR tanks tend to be at the rear, a little spillage wouldn't be a big issue. In F1 any spillage tends to end up over a very hot engine, that's never good. Add in that the tank itself is well away from the driver compared to F1 and I'd say the set up is very different.
JA914 AJ121
JA914 AJ121 17 napja
wait, they don't refuel anymore? so now they start the race in full tank? of how much liters? more than enough to finish a whole race? not really a die hard F1 fan here😅
murphyebass
murphyebass 17 napja
Bullshit that they banned it. F1 has unfortunately become faaaaar too safe. No excitement or drama.
ToxicMonsterZ
ToxicMonsterZ 18 napja
So F1 cars drive around 70laps and don’t Need to refuel?
Andrew Asche
Andrew Asche 19 napja
Strategic overtakes are good but when mostly eliminated should have been replaced by overtakes on the circuit :P
Ivan Kouoham
Ivan Kouoham 19 napja
Lewis forever the GOAT 🙌🏾
no
no 19 napja
Why don't they just refuel like Nascar?
Rio Ikhtiar
Rio Ikhtiar 19 napja
Ngl, f1 is boring
Pedro Artur
Pedro Artur 21 napja
Why the fuel is in Kg and not Liters ? What are they fueling with ?
Oh I don't know
Oh I don't know 15 napja
It's more accurate. A litre of fuel at 10 degrees is a different mass than a litre of fuel at 30 degrees. When you purchase fuel at a filling station weights and measures have set the pump to deliver the number of litres at 15 degrees centigrade (UK) and the pump must do that or they may be charging you incorrectly. A filling station could store fuel at 30 degrees centigrade and make more money per litre of fuel. Wouldn't work in Scotland, it never gets that warm unless the building is on fire..... It's like any other system, the conditions must be as stated for the system to be accurate. Even measurement of length is dependant on temperature. 1 metre is only 1 metre at a set temp, the gauges used to determine this had to be stored carefully. Now they use the speed of light in a vacuum! The speed of sound, land speed records, is dependant on temperature and density of the air at the time of the run and it varies quite a bit.
mr s
mr s 21 napja
Nobody going to mention the environment effect of refueling?? Don't get me wrong I personally hate evs. I'm just saying this could've also been the reason for cancelling refueling.
Fahrbetrieb
Fahrbetrieb 21 napja
Banning refueling was for me the point, F1 startet to go downhill.
Wahyu Setiawan
Wahyu Setiawan 21 napja
You use kg to measure fuel?
D4Real
D4Real 22 napja
can someone explain this for me? If refueling was ever necessary in the first place, then it must mean that an entire full tank of fuel was not enough to finish a complete race, and thus the cars needed to get topped off at some point right? But now, refueling is not even allowed.... so are the engines getting a much higher efficiency per unit of fuel or are the races shorter now in order to allow the cars to finish a complete race without ever adding any fuel to the car?
Oh I don't know
Oh I don't know 15 napja
@D4Real You're welcome. If it was the only change you would have been correct but, this was part of a whole slew of changes.
D4Real
D4Real 15 napja
@Oh I don't know thanks for the info.. this makes sense
Oh I don't know
Oh I don't know 15 napja
They have changed the engine size considerably. 3.5 ltr was the norm, it changed with the turbo era to 1.5ltr with a turbo and 3ltr without. In the turbo era the engines often lasted only one race because they screwed so much power out of it and that power came through higher fuel burn rates. Now they use a 1.6 turbo and it is far more efficient than pervious set ups and they have a battery that gives about 80-bhp as well. The cares are a bit bigger as they carry a bit more fuel but, despite having smaller engines and having to make the engines last longer the cars are now far more reliable and faster than they were previously. F1 engineers are some of the best in the world.
Randy Gravel
Randy Gravel 22 napja
F1 is unwatchable
what the dam
what the dam 22 napja
Get rid of the rubbish hybrid engines and bring back the greatest sounding race cars
Russo
Russo 22 napja
Real reason: singapore 2008.
Fran Delfin
Fran Delfin 22 napja
Refueling was a Fangio thing in the 50's, I didn't start in 1982 at all
Gary Cook
Gary Cook 22 napja
Was ok until you got flash fires
Ronen Beniaminov
Ronen Beniaminov 22 napja
I still don't get how redbull can own two formula teams (Toro roso and red bull) from selling a drink. I don't know anyone who drinks red bull.
Lucas Tekkan
Lucas Tekkan Napja
Just because you don't know anyone who drinks redbull it doesn't mean redbull isn't successful
silvermuffin
silvermuffin 22 napja
I do not want to see fuel in f1
leporello7
leporello7 22 napja
Wouldn’t you have to ban pitstops at all with the same arguments? Or even better: completely ban these expensive and dangerous race cars and let the drivers run?
Steve Acho
Steve Acho 23 napja
Races must be short if they have to go only with what they can carry at the start.
BostrsBoy
BostrsBoy 23 napja
Refuel on the fly. Then even I would watch.
Vlad Fifty-Two
Vlad Fifty-Two 23 napja
I’m new to F1 and it seems my timing couldn’t have been better
Vlad Fifty-Two
Vlad Fifty-Two 2 napja
@Jack The Ripper nah. It’s pretty hot rn
Jack The Ripper
Jack The Ripper 2 napja
No, it could have definitely been infinitely better at any point before the last decade.
Republika Dugave
Republika Dugave 23 napja
It should be brought back ...far more strategy than today... All mentioned are mistakes not the norm..out of 1000 stops one did ho wrong..big deal
deezynar
deezynar 23 napja
I'm not saying they should refuel during races, but there are ways to reduce the hazards. Have an interlock between the fuel tank inlet, and the shifting mechanism, so the car could not be put into gear while the fuel hose was attached. Have the fuel line have fast acting, shut off valves at the pump, and near the nozzle. Then design the nozzle to come out with a rearward pivoting motion like when the car moves forward. Both of the valves would automatically close if the nozzle came out. Have multiple fire suppressant nozzles located above every pit box. Also have fire suppressing screens held in rolls above the pit box perimeter that would drop down to contain any fire to that pit box alone.
Channel Zero One
Channel Zero One 24 napja
Now to get tires to last a whole race.
Unicorn Goodies
Unicorn Goodies 24 napja
Bro all those stupid stock video clips of people sitting in a couch etc are annoying af. Please only show f1 images or vida
bmused55
bmused55 24 napja
Loved the pit stops when they could refuel. It made the races a little more dynamic.
Shep Leonard
Shep Leonard 24 napja
SAFETY....PFFFF. Auto racing is inherently dangerous and though I do understand the need for safety and cautions, they need to lift most of the restrictions. Let team build a car that they want to build, that's how F1 used to be. Instead of now you have cookie cutter cars. If a driver thinks it's unsafe then don't let him race, get another driver who will. Let's not forget up until the late 70s F1 had a notir reputation for allowing paper machie cars out on the track. And even though these cars were 100% known to be unsafe drivers still climbed into them and raced, And raced hard. No one enjoys watching cookie cutter cars going around the track using the same technology as everyone else and watching the same 3 teams win. All of the modern regulations from the 90's till current have done nothing but stagnate F1. As a famous racing driver one said, "If you can't run with the big dogs don't come off the porch". Let them build and run whatever they want with ZERO restrictions on the car or refuling. If a team wants to run of V12 let them, if they want to run a 4 cylinder with quad Turbo let them, if they want to run a supercharged V10 let them, If a team wants to put a canopy over the cockpit of the car let them, If another team walked around a hybrid let them. This is what used to make F1 so popular and enjoyable to watch. Most people don't remember the crazy wings the teams used to put all over their cars or the six wheeled F1 car, YES 6 wheels. F1 has become BORING to watch. Oh..... Get rid of the ridiculous point system and just go back to the way used to be. What would be better is the only way to get points is to finish in the top 10, other than that no points given for anything .
Ferdy Kurnia Triyuliananda
Ferdy Kurnia Triyuliananda 12 napja
@Shep Leonard i couldn't agree more on that besides the incident that ended the group B entirely. I think people in the FIA were afraid of the adrenaline and excitement within speed. I know their intentions to make sure no more drivers were killed or the spectators in general. But in the end, i think they had to sacrifice all "innovation" aspects for "safety" reasons.
Ferdy Kurnia Triyuliananda
Ferdy Kurnia Triyuliananda 12 napja
@Shep Leonard well, i didn't think about it. i thought that rule were also keeping the Race more entertaining besides all teams were allowed to slap anything they want in it as long it was met with the criteria/regulations.
Shep Leonard
Shep Leonard 12 napja
@Ferdy Kurnia Triyuliananda See that's the problem right there want to put restrictions limitations or rolls on a car you immediately begin to kill any innovation. You start developing cookie cutter cars. I mean they won't let him run ground effects anymore because well that's unfair why everybody can run it. Will you can't run this suspension or that suspension because it's unfair. That's what creates innovation competition. By limiting horsepower is gonna kill racing that's exactly what happened in nascar buy through the restrictor plates on the cars to slow him down in nascar died. You have to allow them to build what they want that's basically what Grand Prix originally was. If one manufactured dominates while then the other teams need to get off their asses and figure out a way around it that's what Chapman did with Lotus and that's how he became dominant.Everybody in today society kills me man because they want everything fair and equal met racing's not meant to be fair or equal it's meant to let the best shine and if the best continuously wins then the others aren't trying hard enough. We've seen it time and time again Mercedes and Ferrari conduct hundreds of millions of dollars into a spec car To make it work. But in the past if you've ever noticed when the rules were skirted you had the underdogs like Williams and Lotus come out and just dominate everyone. The reason they were able to do that is because there was virtually no rules on it. They've closed all the loopholes on F1 now and it's just become very boring.. The last really good racing were the late seventies and eighties in F1. There was a couple of shining moments in the early nineties, but for the most part F1 died as an exciting motorsport in the eighties.
Shep Leonard
Shep Leonard 12 napja
@Ferdy Kurnia Triyuliananda Actually Group B didn't suffer that many driver deaths. What was the end of Group B was whenever Portuguese Rally an inexperience driver who had never driven the car before ran into the spectators, Thirty-one people were injured and three were killed. That point all the teams pulled out and it was effectively the end of Group B. Toivonen's death Was the final nail in the coffin. The drivers themselves were the reason because they went on strike. In a nutshell what happened was the organisersDid not set up appropriate safety barriers to keep spectators out of the way even though common sense dictates don't get that close to a damn race car at speed. And then the other contributing factor is the drivers themselves were just too scared to drive the cars. That's no fault of the manufacturers if you too scared to race the car don't raise the car that's the whole point I hate to use this quote Dale Earnhardt said it best, "If you're not a race driver, stay the hell home. Don't come here and grumble about going too fast. Get the hell out of the race car if you've got feathers on your legs or butt. Put a kerosene rag around your ankles so the ants won't climb up and eat that candy ass." I say let the manufacturers build the car they want to build. Racing's racing, it's dangerous it's not supposed to be safe let them go out there and run, if they can't take the heat then they need to quit and let someone who will.
Ferdy Kurnia Triyuliananda
Ferdy Kurnia Triyuliananda 12 napja
Well, i can agree to most part of the point but letting all teams building a car that were no restricted at all it will be just repeating the same tragedy of Group B were most of the drivers were dead because of an accident. In my opinion there is should be a limitation about the car's weight,height and HP to make fair for all teams (let's say the limit of the Horsepower is around 650 or 700). All teams were allowed to do anything they want with the engine as long they don't over doing it. But overall like i said in the first paragraph i still agree on your comment but i prefer it were was a more "relaxed" rules rather than newer ones
Erik R
Erik R 24 napja
Verstappen’s incident showed that even the worst possible refuelling scenario resulted in no serious injuries. Grosjean’s incident showed that a race car with a full race load of fuel is more dangerous than one with a quarter race load or so. Safety had nothing to do with why refuelling was banned. It was just an excuse.
Erik R
Erik R 24 napja
Missed the main reason for banning refueling - it made the racing very booring. Drivers almost never tried to overtake on track, just waiting for the next pitstop instead. On-track close racing was almost non-existent. It got better when refuelling was banned (even for most hardcore fans).
Will Liebenrood
Will Liebenrood 24 napja
Ummm so why do I refuel in Codemasters F1 2020 game?
Jesse Rexroad
Jesse Rexroad 25 napja
cleared up. ...hrmn. Cleared up? Yeh. Thank you for clearing that all up. I know it’s a question I’ve had since finishing up the 3rd season of that racing show. I doubt Driving to Survive really brought the subject up.
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