Formula 1 May Increase The Number Of Engines By A Year

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    Formula 1 may increase the number of engines by a year
      During the season, teams will be able to use not four, but five motors. 

    Formula 1 teams intend to ask the FIA ​​to allow the use of not four, but five engines during the season, even though the number of stages in 2021 year decreased from 20 to 19 due to the departure from the calendar of the German Grand Prix.

    Formula 1 may increase the number of engines by a year

    Due to the limitation of the number of motors for a year, there will be practically no cars on Friday on the F1 Grand Prix tracks

    The request was due to engine problems experienced by some teams during the Australian Grand Prix, especially Red Bull Racing and McLaren. This raised concerns that teams would begin to reduce the number of laps completed during free practice sessions in order to conserve engines and avoid possible penalties in the form of loss of grid space in the event of replacing a failed motor.

    As a result, fans attending the Grand Prix will receive a defective spectacle.

    Therefore, the team leaders at the general meeting decided to increase the number of motors for a year. If the teams come to a consensus on the details of this decision, then it can be approved immediately.

    Formula 1 may increase the number of engines by a year

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    I proposed this idea. In every Free Practice Grand Prix, there will be fewer and fewer cars on the track as teams will begin to impose severe restrictions to protect the motors. Therefore, we need to increase the number of engines.

    It seems that we have come to a unanimous opinion on this issue, and this is a good sign.

    Christian Horner , Head of Red Bull Racing

    Formula 1 may increase the number of engines by a year

    Last year the teams didn't have to worry how many laps the race cars will complete during free practice sessions

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