Ferrari defends F1 engine supply cost-cap veto
A plan agreed by teams and the FIA to introduce a price ceiling on engines has had to be canned because Ferrari exercised a long-held veto it has on the introduction of new rules.
It was a move that has prompted the FIA to begin evaluating plans for an independent supplier to provide a standard cheap engine.
Speaking at the Mexican Grand Prix, Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene … Keep reading
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