in this time the PU behaviour can amount to a self-modulation - its extent mandated by the rules
eg what tends to happen with wheel-spin ie rpm change
such behaviour was first limited by 'mapping' rules nearly 20 years ago - before we had MGU-Ks slaved to the ICE
the rules were extended for the present F1 ....
because of the greatly increased MGU-K and reduced ICE they will need review and further extension
the rules mandate behaviours programmed - but not necessarily transient behaviours due to eg dynamic effects
'transient behaviours due to dynamic effects' - are unknown to F1, aren't they ??
(ok less scope here than eg with smaller individual wheel drives)
which of the new MGU-K and the new ICE is the tail - and which is the dog ?
the F1 MGU-K could be similar to the FE unit (but FE doesn't have 8-speed mechanical transmission)