New rules will require F1 engine manufacturers to share technology with newcomers | 2021 F1 season

Formula 1 is to introduce rules requiring the sport’s current engine manufacturers to help new entrants into the sport.
The four manufacturers currently involved in F1 – Mercedes, Ferrari, Renault and Honda – will be required to share “components and technology” under the new regulations, according to FOM motorsport director Ross Brawn.
Fom ’s commercial rights holder Liberty Media wanted to simplify the F1’s engine format in 2021 through changes such as removing the MGU-H.
Brawn also gave assurances progress is being made with plans to introduce a budget cap to F1 in 2021.

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