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Rob White, Renault Sport - Q&A

Ahead of new engine regulations for the 2014 F1 season, Renault's deputy managing director (technical) Rob White looks back at the V8 era...Q:What have been the key evolutions of the V8 since 2006?Rob White The easy thought is to say that there can be no evolutions during an engine freeze! However there have still been several notable changes in the use and requirements for engines in the V8 era. In fact, almost every year there has been a change. The first, for 2007, was a homologation or freeze of the major parts and introduction of a rev limit. Then for 2008, the homologation perimeter was extended, and the SECU introduced. In 2009, the limit of eight engines per driver per season was...
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