F1 » Engine cost fears continue to haunt F1 ahead of 2014

The advent of turbo-charged V6s may be seen as a step forward for F1, but what if it is a step too far for more than half the field?

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caroline - Unregistered

May 17, 2013 9:52 AM

Now if only the teams had more sponsorship income from better TV exposure, then they could afford the higher initial cost of the new engines ... But apart from Marussia they all scurried after the few pieces of silver thrown at their feet from Sky, and now they have to live with their decision.

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