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FIA considering introducing new power unit penalties

Article To news overview © XPB The FIA are looking into introducing a new penalty system for power unit component allocation offences, in order to replace the existing grid penalty system. A long-standing issue for fans has been the current penalty system used to punish a driver for using too many power unit components in a season. As a way of reducing costs, teams are given a set allocation of power unit components which can be used over the course of the season. Drivers are handed grid penalties for every additional component they use above this allocation. However, if a team has an early indication that they are likely to exceed the component limits, then they will often take tactical...
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