Formula 1 | Back to the old 2000 horsepower engines?
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F1 | Back to the old 2000 horsepower engines?

Formula 1 is evolving very quickly, with the intention of introducing biofuels in the coming years in order not to pollute our beautiful planet at all, certainly the intention in charge is not easy, for this reason Formula 1 it is the right category to try such a fierce challenge to overcome. In this regard, Bernie Ecclestone also wanted to say about him to help the enormous costs that all teams have to bear:

“I’ll get in trouble saying this, but let’s take out all the old normally aspirated engines. They all have them. Costs go down, noise comes back and we can use it for five years while we fix an engine for the future. “

Berger, speaking on the same topic, wanted to focus attention on the power of the engines of the current Formula 1 single-seaters, which currently are around 1000 horsepower:

“Back then (decades ago ed.) You drove with 1500 hp with poor safety standards, so why shouldn’t Formula 1 now be able to drive with 2000 hp?”. Very daring intent, but to do such a thing it would be necessary to make a significant change to the regulations.

Filippo
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