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Rob, that F1 was stuck with the V8 since 06 was as per the wishes of the FIA. Richard, yes correct, that one of the engines that might holds the longest reign is the “OFFY” but incorrect in saying a pushrod, the “OFFY” a double overhead cam four valve, was copped by “FRED and MILLER” from the first ever engine design (that started it all in showing the way forward in race engine configuration) this was the Peugeot BISS of 1913 which “FRED and MILLER” raced Richard, another thing, I am as traditionalist as one can be but, the TERM exhaust headers is technically the correct term in F1 engine configuration, and no at least up to the turbocharger they will be certainly made by the engine manufacturer.



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