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Will the Return of Formula 1 Refuelling Make for Better Racing?

In-race refuelling in Formula One was banned for the 2010 season in an effort to save costs. Clearly that goal has not been accomplished, as spending continues to spiral out of control and lower-budget teams scramble to pay their bills. In a press release following last week's Strategy Group meeting, the FIA announced that refuelling will return for the 2017 season, among other changes designed to make F1 more exciting. While the change will certainly make pit stops more interesting (one more thing to go wrong!), will it actually improve the races? Spoiler: Yes, it will. The current maximum fuel allowance of 100 kilograms per car will remain in force, according to the official F1 website, but being able to start the race with perhaps one-th...

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