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Engine manufacturers warn FIA against tweaking 2026 regs

© XPB  Andrew Lewin 15/06/2024 at 09:2715/06/2024 at 09:11 Last week's release of F1's draft 2026 technical rules has caused a stir among teams and manufacturers in the sport, with the FIA reportedly considering changes to previously agreed engine regulations as a result. The sport's governing body is seeking to achieve a 50-50 split in power production between the traditional internal combustion engine (ICE) and electrical energy stored in batteries. To achieve this the new rules impose fuel flow limits. But now the spotlight is on making the 2026 cars faster there have been suggestions that the FIA might have to increase these limits to increase the ICE output. "If there...
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