Teams split over need for fourth engine if 2020 calendar reaches 22 races | 2020 F1 season

Formula 1 teams are divided over whether the maximum number of engines per driver should increase from three to four if the schedule expands to 22 races next year.
Fia: “ Whether we support it, I think in principle ‘yes’ is the answer but it has to be combined with what other activities are going on, in terms of do we need as much in-season testing as we currently do.”
Andreas Seidl: “I think if you look at the bigger picture for us it’s simply important for us now also to be careful not to increase the number of races even further, for two reasons really.”

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