Although I agree with the technical aspect of the fuel temperature, I cant help but wonder at the reasoning behind the rule, (and the person behind the rule, come to that). Its not going to give a huge advantage, to the extent of making the cars less safe because of the extra speed this may impart to them.
To me, it smacks of complication for the sake of it.
A rugby team that gets to a world cup final against all odds and raises the sports profile enormously.
An F1 rookie that sets the usual tedium of the processional race into an exciting, to the wire last race finish.
To me that makes two out of three huge success stories.
There can only be one winner, and if your country doesn't quite make it, when there is a mutitude of other nations left in the wake of your own countries success... then that is a 'good game' in my book.
Once the hysterior of the Rugby World Cup has died down things will return to normal,dont honestly see where the profile has been raised,its media hype. The last race in the F1 championship dident appear to be nail biting in my opinion(though i saw very little).Once Hamilton had problems with the gearbox,he had no chance. The problem with this country is that"we never quite make it",as long as we think that coming second is good enough we never will,i wont even mention footaball.Anyway thats my opinion,no doubts others will disagree.