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2018 F1 engine rule change ‘a mistake’ – Lauda

class="left relative"> 0 SHARES FacebookTwitterSubscribe Mercedes has now backed Red Bull in pushing for a change to the engine rules for 2018. Earlier, with swathes of penalties raining confusion over the order of the grids at recent races, Red Bull's Christian Horner argued for a change for next year. In 2018, drivers are scheduled to make do with just 3 engines for the whole season rather than the current four, but Horner argues for the status quo. Mercedes team chairman Lauda agrees that the scheduled change from 4 to 3 engines is 'a mistake by the strategy group'. 'Everyone said that the engines could only be cheaper for customers if we build less,' he told Auto Motor und...
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