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January 20, 2016 6:50 AM

F1 » V6 turbo hybrids set to stay as engine cost cuts agreed

About the chances of Bernie/red bullies alternative engine being introduced into/onto formula one as I said from the very beginning, no chance it will happen, punto e basta/ and that’s that. “In addition under the terms of the agreement that will come into force “from 2018” all teams will be guaranteed an engine supply”. This agreement will not change anything, as all teams were already guaranteed an engine supply, Manor/Marussia had no difficulty getting an engine supply, STR ditto, as to the red bullies, their difficulty was of their own masking, they had a contract with Renault for an engine supply for 2016, when they themselves wanted out of that contract, FERRARI offered them what STR gladly excepted from FERRARI. The red bullies engine supply situation will not change, even after 2018, if they are still around, they will still be an engine customer having to use whatever is on offer by engine manufacturer.


January 20, 2016 3:08 PM

F1 » V6 turbo hybrids set to stay as engine cost cuts agreed

mrfill: Presumably there will be 3 engine specs now a) Works engine b) Customer engine (a bit less power) c) The Guaranteed Engine (well, it works for several laps and has some power...)
"What has been agreed is that all teams must be supplied, there will be a guarantee for all entrants that they will take delivery of some kind of power unit" sky sports Graig Slater. While the FIA rules/regulations article 23.5 published 4/10/2015 for 2016 season states that customer engines must be same specification as works teams these rules/regulations apply only to engine hardware and not to the software, fuel or lubricants. also 4/12/2015 FIA agreed a rule change to allow a year old engine to be supplied, Of which will be exempt from the use of performance development tokens.


January 18, 2016 7:49 PM

F1 » Channel 4 reveals live F1 coverage line-up, no Monaco

LoveF1: Can all these companies just stop all this BS p***yfooting around F1 and get their acts together for once??? What's the point of taking over the coverage from the BBC when all they can deliver to fans is exactly the same service of 10 lousy races?? Anyway, rant over. I've still got my SKY F1 setup, so I'm just going to stick to that.....not that the on-track performance currently leaves you waiting with bated breath for the new season to start! Or maybe I'm just turning into one of those grumpy old men.....
What you doing is wasting your money half heatedly, something that any true follower of the sports will not do.

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