Was it? They had K, H and turbo failures across all three teams. The frequency is one thing, the spread of issues is more interesting, it doesn't seem to be one common fail point and each issue occurred at all different life states, new, mid and old PU's.saviour stivala wrote: ↑Wed Jan 08, 2020 11:43 amMeasuring reliability over a season. Encountering reliability on track can sometimes be rectified without having to replacing parts that counts towards a parts replacement penalty, Honda, ‘to some extant’ had managed to avoid much of such encounters on track by pushing out numbers of parts used over the season although disguised as updates, but that sort of reliability can also result in point’s loss. Having said all that, the facts over last season still shows that the FERRARI power unit was the most reliable of the four on the grid statistically.
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