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FIA finally green lights 2026 Formula 1 engine regulations

The FIA has rubber-stamped Formula 1's long-awaited 2026 engine regulations following their approval by the governing body's World Motor Sport Council. The framework for the sport's future power unit rules - which had been under discussion for over a year - lays on four key pillars: - Maintaining the spectacle – the 2026 Power Unit will have similar performance to the current designs, utilising high-power, high-revving V6 internal combustion engines and avoiding excessive performance differentiation to allow for improved raceability. - Environmental sustainability – the 2026 Power Unit will include an increase in the deployment of electrical power to up to 50% and utilise a 100%...
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