Pandora’s Box Opens: FIA Admits To Loophole Which Allows Teams To Bring In-Season Engine Upgrades

It has emerged at the end of this week that the FIA has accepted that there is a loophole in the 2015 technical regulations, that allows Formula 1’s current engine suppliers to develop their Power Unit’s throughout the course of the 2015 season. Previously the Power Unit’s were homologated before the start of the season, which means

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F1 Set To Introduce Tighter Power Unit Restrictions, Better Looking Front Wings, And More In 2015

Changes to the Formula 1 Sporting Regulations see a number of introductions for the 2015, including tighter power unit restrictions and more aerodynamic testing limits. The FIA’s World Motorsports Council have agreed to decrease the amount of “engines” permitted to be used by each driver in a season from five to four. If there happens

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