Solution to the Red Bull dispute, more electric horsepower?
The future of Formula 1 engines is currently the subject of various discussions. There are three sticking points.
Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto
Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto confirmed at the team bosses press conference on the sidelines of the Bahrain GP that Ferrari would agree to the early development stop. But only on one condition: “We have to find regulations that align the manufacturers’ performance. Because the engines are then frozen for three years. These are important details, ”said Binotto. No manufacturer should be without a chance for three years. This would be possible, for example, via the gasoline flow rate, through which all engines could be brought to one level.
Biofuel not until 2025?
Point three: What engine will Formula 1 be with from 2025? At first, a solution seemed to prevail, according to which the hybrid elements could be standardized. Ex-world champion Nico Rosberg also spoke out in favor of this in an interview with AUTO BILD MOTORSPORT. “With the hybrid elements, the development is already at the limit. The combustion engine makes the difference. ”