Sports consultant to Red Bull Helmut Marko believes that all teams and manufacturers should come to a compromise on the question of the rules on the motors after 2020.
Manufacturers of motors did not support the plans presented at the meeting in October. In particular, the boss of Mercedes Motorsport Toto Wolff did not like the similarity of the characteristics of the new Motorola with the current if necessary, re-engineering the power plant.
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“Of course, I understand the position of the wolf. If your team risks losing certain benefits, then you will be against, and that’s fine. But we all need to strive for a less expensive, less complicated and more loud engines, and then the FIA will decide, – quotes Marco edition F1i. – The last meeting took place in a positive way.
This can’t go on. The audience does not understand why riders get penalties for changing engines. Technology must become easier and more affordable for participants.”
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