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Formula 1 could switch to two-stroke hybrid eco-fuel engines in 2025

Formula 1 is starting the process of looking at future engines for the sport following the decision to continue using the current V6 hybrid powerunits until 2024 or 2025, and the sport's chief technial officer, Pat Symonds, believes two-stroke engines could be the answer. Whilst they're generally known for being used in outboard motors, small bikes and lawnmowers, Symonds says the issues associated with these small engines are no longer relevant and they would boost efficiency and solve F1's noise problem. 'We need to look at what our future power units will look like,' Symonds said during an energy-efficiency conference at the Motorsport Industry Association as...
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