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What F1 learned from Ferrari's fuel breach

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What F1 learned from Ferrari's fuel breach
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Dec 3, 2019, 12:11 PM

The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix may not have featured much action on-track, but a pre-race controversy ensured there was still plenty to be discussed.

The finger-pointing over whether Ferrari is simply very good at what it's doing with its power unit package, or pushing the grey areas of the regulations a little too far, continues.

This was ramped up by Ferrari being fined for incorrectly declaring the amount of fuel onboard Charles Leclerc's car in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

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Series Formula 1
Event Abu Dhabi GP
Sub-event Race
Teams Scuderia Ferrari
Author Gary Anderson