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Seidl: F1 has ‘two clear routes' on engines

McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl says Formula 1 faces a pivotal decision with two possible routes on the future of engines. The current power unit specifications are highly complex and expensive, making it almost impossible for independent manufacturers to enter the sport. However, the switch to these V6 turbo-hybrid engines does give them relevance when it comes to developing technology for road cars. Currently Mercedes, Ferrari, Renault and Honda are the engine manufacturers in Formula 1, but at the end of the 2021 season Honda will withdraw from the sport, and costs mean that no other manufacturer is in line to take their place. 2026 is the next time that the engine rules can be...
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