Why Aston Martin could be F1's next engine supplier

Why Aston Martin could be F1's next engine supplier

Aston Martin and its key personnel are no strangers to smart Formula 1 tie-ups. But could a major collaboration form the basis of an Aston engine from 2020?

Could Aston Martin be planning to enter Formula 1 as an engine supplier? That was the intriguing question being asked by insiders ahead of the FIA's second post-2020 engine regulation summit, held in Paris on Tuesday.

The first meeting, which took place at the end of March, called for prospective suppliers to submit proposals by May 31, and they will have been on the order of business at this week's meeting of what is now officially called the Power Unit Working Group.

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