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FIA allows engine change under parc fermé rules after F1 rule changes

The World Motor Sport Council met in Paris on Wednesday for its second meeting of 2022, which was chaired by FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem. During the meeting, a number of rule changes were agreed that will soon take effect in Formula One, the organisation announced on its official website. Article continues under ad One of the most notable changes is a rule on the engine, which the FIA hopes will improve reliability. Until recently, it was not permitted to make temporary repairs to the engine, but that is about to change. In some cases teams will be allowed to do so in the near future, possibly avoiding the need to change parts. Teams will also be allowed to replace the engine with a...
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