The road-car fad F1 must avoid at all costs

The road-car fad F1 must avoid at all costs

The seemingly never-ending topic of F1's road relevance will probably influence its next decision on engines. But go too far down that avenue and F1 will lose its essence as a racing championship

The make-up of Formula 1's future engine regulations could be decided by the end of this week during an FIA/Formula One Management summit scheduled for Friday, ominously the 13th of the month.

Delegates from F1's governing body and commercial rights holder are due to meet to discuss various proposals made by current/prospective power unit suppliers, and various stakeholders, about F1's future engine direction.

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