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Formula 1 relax 2020 engine restrictions

Formula 1 has relaxed restrictions on engine usage for 2020 meaning drivers could suffer fewer grid penalties. Drivers will be able to use three MGU-Ks, which recovers energy from the rear axle, next year, one more than in 2019. The move brings the MGU-K into line with the other designated parts of the power-unit in terms of permitted usage. F1's complex, high-tech turbo-hybrid power-units are officially split into four parts for the purposes of the rules. The other three are the internal combustion engine, the turbo and the MGU-H, the part of the hybrid system that recovers energy from the turbo. In 2020, drivers will be permitted to use three of each part during the season before becoming...
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