Gary Anderson: F1 doom-mongers were wrong

Gary Anderson: F1 doom-mongers were wrong

AUTOSPORT technical expert GARY ANDERSON explains how the Australian Grand Prix shut up the naysayers, and offers an alternative approach to fuel-flow monitoring

Formula 1 headed to Melbourne fearing a disaster. But as it turned out, the weekend went more or less like any race last year.

Some teams had more problems than others, but we ended up with 15 cars running at the chequered flag (Jules Bianchi's Marussia was still on the track but had lost too much time at the start to be classified).

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