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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dannyboy122

April 23, 2011 4:30 PM

we will end up in the same **** anyway with the turbo engines as they will freeze development on them too so the sport will end up in the same place with horrible sounding boringly slow engines which will sound like a hair dryer

107SS2009

April 23, 2011 8:03 PM

Dannyboy 122, we will end up with a one make/design specification engine the design and specifications of which are the property of the FIA but that anybody who wishes too can manufacture, if it happens the grand objective of the FIA namely of eliminating any and all dependence on the engine/car manufacturers would have been reached

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