AMuSsearch wrote: ↑Fri Sep 04, 2020 10:42 pmcan you link the source for that please? I don't mean to question your statement, but AMuS reported the opposite (and usually they are well informed), that's why I'm wonderingWouter wrote: ↑Fri Sep 04, 2020 9:52 pmThis has nothing to do with the third engine.
Honda supplies the 4 Red Bull drivers. So they must also all 4 use the same mode.
Mercedes must have their 2 Mercedes drivers drive with the same mode from the FIA. Renault must have their 2 Renault drivers drive with the same mode, Ferrari must do the same with their 2 drivers. This does not apply to their customer teams yet, that is only with the third engine.
From the third engine in the system, the same modes must be used for all engines from a manufacturer.Ab dem dritten Motor im System müssen bei allen Motoren eines Herstellers die gleichen Modi gefahren werden.
So this applies to all engines, including for the customer teams.
However, the FIA believes that all 4 Red Bull drivers belong to 1 team, the Red Bull team, so they must all use the same mode from this weekend.
Just like the 2 Mercedes drivers, 2 Ferrari drivers and 2 Renault drivers. Red Bull has 4 drivers.
Tanabe says: “Our program was slightly different to the usual one on Friday, as we worked on assessing the best engine management settings to comply with the new FIA technical directive, which requires us to use the same mode for qualifying and the race across all four of our cars."
https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/for ... direktive/