F1 engine future discussed in important meeting says Todt

Formula 1 held an “important meeting” at Monza on Saturday, according to FIA president Jean Todt. He told La Gazzetta dello Sport the meeting was with the engine manufacturers, including “John Elkann, Luca de Meo and Ola Kallenius” among others, “to take stock of the situation”. Indeed, the need to finalise the details of the new engine rules for 2025 had become urgent. “More carbon dioxide emissions are no longer acceptable,” FIA president Todt insists. “An urgent solution is needed for Formula 1 and the lower categories, with an intermediate step towards the sustainable mobility of the future. Also on the horizon for Formula 1 is a new rule requiring teams to regularly run young drivers in free practice sessions.

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