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Posted by Geneva | Posted in News | Posted on 21-03-2018

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The FIA released the following statements this afternoon after the meeting of the world Motor Council in Monaco, confirmed that introduced more environmentally friendly engines from 2013 and overturned the ban on the orders of team with immediate effect. The World Council approved the introduction of a new specification from 2013 engine, underlining the commitment of the FIA to improve the sustainability and the needs of the automotive industry. After the dialogue with manufacturers of engines and experts in this field, the engines became four-cylinder, 1.6-litre petrol injection under high pressure up to 500 bar with a maximum of 12,000 rpm. The engines will generate a 35 percent reduction in fuel consumption and you will feature extensive energy and energy recovery systems, management while maintaining current levels of performance. In 2013, the use of five engines will be permitted to each pilot, but the following year the limit shall be four. Sportsmanship and Regulations technical changes made to the sporting regulation and technician for 2011:-the article that prohibits team (39.1) orders to be deleted. The teams have to remember that any action which could lead to the discredit of the sport were dealt with in the article 151 c of the international sporting code and any other applicable provision – amendments to the list of sanctions that the stewards are allowed to apply – revisions to driving and the conduct of the pilot – a limit on the width of the high speed on the pit lane – the introduction of a regulation allowing the race Director to close the pit lane during the race for safety reasons – the reintroduction of intermediate tyres for 2011 – the sanctions that they will be applied to any driver who does not use the tire specification dry during the race – an amendment requiring gearboxes to be used for five consecutive races, instead of four – clarification that cars can reach the car of Security – a refinement of the principles of the rules already agreed on moving rear spoilers – a better definition of the datum plane, and reinforcement of the evidence of the flexibility of the body, especially in the front of the plane of reference – the use of panels anti-intrusion to protect the legs of drivers modifications of the technical regulation 2012 in the following areas: – Communications equipment will be made available to broadcasters – the inclusion of fuel compounds produced from biomass – a limitation on the studs of the World Council of the Motor suspension has been announced, as expected, the F1 will switch to engines some more green from 2013 with the introduction of engines of 1.6 liter four cylinder.

He is expected that this will generate a 35 percent reduction in fuel consumption. The World Council approved the introduction of a new specification from 2013 engine, underlining the commitment of the FIA for improve the sustainability and the needs of the automotive industry, read a statement from the FIA. After dialogue with manufacturers of engines and experts in this field, the engines became four-cylinder, 1.6-litre petrol injection under high pressure up to 500 bar with a maximum of 12,000 rpm.The engines will generate a 35 percent reduction in fuel consumption and you will feature extensive energy and energy recovery systems, management while maintaining current levels of performance. In 2013, be allowed five engines per driver, but henceforth limit shall be four.

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