Renault would welcome budget cap for F1 engine manufacturers

Power unit development has been opened up in F1 for 2017, with the token system removed so manufacturers have much more freedom through the course of the year.
But with the current hybrid engines expensive to develop, Renault Sport Racing president Jerome Stoll believes spending needs to be kept under control.
“Hybrid is something which is interesting, the problem we have at the end of … Keep reading

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