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This rule change for 2022 poses a risk: "There is a certain danger in that"

There's finally a real title fight going on in Formula 1 again, and teams are evenly matched both at the top and middle of the field. But what will the battleground look like after 2021? Peter Windsor spoke in a YouTubevideo with Craig Scarborough, a journalist who focuses primarily on the technical side of car and motorsport, about the future of Formula 1 engines after the 2022 rule changes. "We have seen in 2021 that Honda has closed the gap to Mercedes. Ferrari has recovered from 2020, and Renault is also in good shape with their powerplant," said Scarborough. "The engines are finally close in Formula 1, and they're all pretty reliable too." Read more Albon works...
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