F1 manufacturers should not fear radical rules overhaul
Ahead of a January 15 deadline for F1’s car makers to suggest ways to bring down engine costs, former FIA president Max Mosley has suggested one change that could make a big difference.
He believes that rather than look to extend engine life by limiting drivers to three engines per season, he thinks current mileage should be doubled, meaning just two engines per season.
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