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Jim, Can't say I'm looking forward to the limited V6T's, F1 has been held back/slowed down far too much in recent years. Yes the FiA have to rein teams in to a certain extent or else we would have 300mph cars, but in the mid '80s cars could lap fast tracks in qualifying spec at close to 260kmph average speed. Now, almost 30 years later they are more than 10kmph slower.
F1 must remain the pinnacle of motor sport and that means it must be the fastest. The tracks are safer the cars are much safer so I think the average speeds could safely be higher now than in the 80's. The answer for me would be around 900bhp and a reintroduction of limited ground effects and get rid of some of the spoilers.
A decent sounding engine would be a bonus. As for "green credentials" I really couldn't give a toss about it.