F1 » Parr: New engines will be good for F1


Williams chairman Adam Parr comments on the reasons why an engine change in 2013 will be good for F1

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spaghettieddie - Unregistered

April 19, 2011 2:03 PM

I do Frank! They were awesome! I understand what some say and think (wanting to go back to the V-10 or V-12 formula but.....give it a chance. I just hope that they do not de-tune them to much. I think I read somewhere something about a 11,000 rpm limit. That would suck!

dannyboy122

April 19, 2011 2:34 PM

cant agree with this its a stupid thing to do they have lied about the costs of the current engines to try push this through why try and fix what aint broken its that simple i dont want to hear an over sized hair dryer going around the track i want to hear a screaming v8 or even v10 roaring around a track

Steve - Unregistered

April 19, 2011 2:40 PM

The F1 circus as a whole cause more pollution than just the cars racing & testing. All those trucks, ships, planes etc, all the spectators travelling on top of that. F1 cars could be powered by the Flintstones and it still would be far from a green sport. All this talk is nothing more than a spin.

Best sound is the old v16s from way back in time.

richard

April 19, 2011 2:45 PM
Last Edited 1339 days ago

frank. the bmw gave 1500bhp in quali trim, and 1200bhp in race trim!

but you should go tho the btcc thread. they have begun using 1.6 turbos there, and from posters reports, they sounded lousy. but at the end of the day, it is not the sound that matters in f1, but the racing. so as long as we get fast and furious competition, we will have to live with whatever is ultimately decided. i would not stop watching if turbos were used, even though i hate the things.

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