F1 » FIA WMSC ratifies 2014 F1 engine regulations


The FIA's World Motor Sport Council has formally ratified the F1 Commission's resolution to swap the sport's current 2.4-litre V8 engines for 1.6-litre, turbocharged V6 units from 2014.


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107SS2009

June 30, 2011 8:13 PM

Richard, correct the FERRARI flat twelve was not a boxer it had an interesting crankshaft running in only four main bearings.
To another question, a one hundred and eighty degree flat or boxer (number of cylinders doesn't matter) is of no use to F1 installation now a days.
Yet to another question, a boxer engine will have a separate crankshaft journal (crank pin) for each cylinder.
A one hundred and eighty degree flat or V engine will have a crankshaft journal (crank pin) for two cylinders (two con rods side by side.

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