Any source as to Mercedes and FERRARI publicly having agreed to delete the MGU-H?.ENGINE TUNER wrote: ↑Fri May 31, 2019 9:03 pmF1 only stuck with the mguh because Porsche refused to commit, everyone, including Merc and Ferrari had already publicly agreed to delete the mguh.roon wrote: ↑Fri May 31, 2019 8:46 pmhttps://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/pors ... 1/4414564/
They had a TT V6 in the works for potential use in racing and in a supercar, but VW-Audi pulled out of WEC and F1 stuck with the MGUH.
Who/what benefits from MGUH development? Six+ years on and no road use yet, but F1 keeps it in the mix because of road relevancy or something about efficiency as marketing tactic. How about leave automakers and lawmakers to making their fleets efficient. That's fine. But why does F1 need to pretend to be a part of that?
F1 have proven that they can make a thermally efficient power unit, but this answers a question the auto industry seems to not have been asking. They're more concerned with fuel efficiency, part throttle optimization, and shutting off the ICE as often as possible.
The use cases are so different, road and track.
The mguh(in one form or another ) is being put to road application by several different manufacturers, including Nissan/Renault and Merc.