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IndyCar retains controversial engine change penalty for 2013


The IZOD IndyCar Series rulebook for 2013 includes a number of new regulations for competing teams. By far the most controversial rule among fans is the engine change penalty, which has been retained for 2013. However, the scheduled lifetime of an engine will now be 2,000 miles, up from 1,850 in 2012. Any engine that fails to last this distance and ...
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FIA rubber-stamps V6 engine rules for 2014
(Inautonews.com/GMM) As expected, the FIA has rubber-stamped the revised engine rules for the future. The F1 Commission met recently and decided to scrap the ratified four-cylinder rules for 2013 in favour ...
F1 circuits want 18,000rpm for new engine rules
(Inautonews.com/GMM) The vast majority of the formula one race promoters are threatening to boycott the sport over proposed engine rules for the future. The FIA is set to scrap the controversial ...
Formula 1: FIA agrees to delay engine rules to 2014
Formula 1 chiefs have agreed to delay the introduction of new engine regulations until 2014, in a move that will see the sport switch to 1.6-litre V6 turbo power-units. We reported ...
FIA ‘very happy’ with F1 engine rules compromise
(Inautonews.com/GMM) The FIA is "very happy" with the news formula one will delay the introduction of new engine regulations until 2014. With most of F1's existing engine makers and also Bernie ...

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