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New F1 engine regulations coming?

Has anyone heard about the new formula for engine size for next season. I heard that it will be reduced to something like a 2.4 Litre V8? What a bummer!

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RE: New F1 engine regulations coming?

I heard they will rev up to 20,000 RPM[:0]
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RE: New F1 engine regulations coming?

I want to watch motorcars not motorbikes.
How soon are these changes supposed be happening?
It should be a 3.5 or 3.8 Liter V8...

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RE: New F1 engine regulations coming?

I don't care what hte new rules are going to be,... who cares F1 died in 1998.

Rumour has it that Valentio Rossi is going to be replacing Shumi (very odd).
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well less liters per cylinder = higher rev..
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well less liters per cylinder = higher rev..
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RE: New F1 engine regulations coming?

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well less liters per cylinder = higher rev..
Doesn't balancing, shortening stroke, balancing the engine, engine management, etc... have something to do with that as well?[:D]
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