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Seidl hopes F1 can attract new brands with simpler power units

McLaren team boss Andreas Seidl is hopeful that Formula 1 can attract new or returning entities when new engine regulations are introduced in 2026. Formula 1 has used 1.6 litre V6 power units since 2014 and while there will be an overhaul of the technical regulations for 2022 the current engine formula will remain in place through 2025. Formula 1 currently has four engine manufacturers though is set to lose Honda following next season after the Japanese company realigned its long-term goals. “There have been some good discussions and initiatives to see if you could get costs down, simplify the power units also in order to be more attractive for the likes of Ilmor or Cosworth,” he said....
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