F1's problems go beyond just engines

F1's problems go beyond just engines

Formula 1 is pondering its engine future, but there's more for the top brass to consider than how grand prix racing should be powered

No-one needs to be reminded of the continuing debate about what the next Formula 1 engine should be, and by common consent - and sense - it needs to be both simpler and cheaper than the maze-like hybrid monsters of today.

In a perfect world, many would side with Sebastian Vettel and his wistful dream of going back to V12s, but that's not the world we live in, as Toto Wolff recently reminded us.

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