F1 Drivers Could Be Limited To Just Three Engines Per Season

F1 drivers "could be limited to just three engines per season as part of radical plans being considered by manufacturers to cut costs." In a "bid to stave off the threat of an independent engine from 2017, F1's car makers have begun talks to frame a series of regulations that will slash expenditure over the next few years."

The proposals "have to be agreed by January 15 for a presentation to the FIA, after which a decision will be taken by the governing body on whether or not they do enough to ease F1's cost crisis." MOTORSPORT

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