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@educationer - absolutely right, engine leasing is really the only way forward for the category, and the manufacturers need to be forced to make engines available for a minimum number of customer teams to cover the entire field. But above all, the playing field needs levelling in terms of expense and engine performance to make a competitive entry into the world championship within the reach of more teams. To do this package powerplants are the future (like F1) but the need to be identical, homologated and sealed at the start of the season for all users. The category can't have a situation with engines like the bad old days of the tyre wars where one team got good tyres and other teams got whatever they got.