Ten key facts about F1's 2014 fuel war

Ten key facts about F1's 2014 fuel war

F1's 2014 engine revolution means a whole new approach for its fuel suppliers too - and has made petrol development a huge performance factor again, as JONATHAN NOBLE explains

The initial focus of Formula 1's radical new era was always going to be about the engines.

With new 1.6-litre turbo regulations arriving to shake up the sport and kick it towards a more relevant future, work done by Renault, Ferrari and Mercedes was quite rightly going to have the biggest impact on the outcome of the championship.

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