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This is how many engine parts F1 drivers will be allowed to use from 2026 onwards

The German Auto, Motor und Sport reports how many engine parts Formula 1 drivers will be allowed to use per season from 2026 onwards. In the first season under the new engine regulations, Formula 1 is reportedly a bit more lenient than in the following years. Article continues under ad When the new engine regulations come into force in 2026, each driver will have access to four internal combustion engines, four turbochargers and four exhaust systems. In addition, three batteries and three MGU-Ks can be used without incurring grid penalties. Read more F1 owner puts Russia on blacklist: 'Non-negotiable' From 2027, however, this number will be reduced, in part to keep costs down for engine...
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