I stand corrected. According to ChronoGP, earlier bench tests in September were giving excellent results, exceeding 60 hp even. Later on though, when endurance tests were conducted, the PU had reliability issues. Just to ensure that the engine is able to last atleast 5000 km, that bump in power has been reduced to just 20 hp with Ferrari pushing for 30. Apparently, those exhausts are a big crutch for that engine.ryaan2904 wrote: ↑Wed Dec 30, 2020 5:22 amI read this one too. I think this article is bullshit. Just the words of someone twisting already available knowledge and spewing his own crap out of it.FDD wrote: ↑Wed Dec 30, 2020 12:36 am"The new thermal engine is already giving about fifteen horsepower more than the "deflated" unit of 2020 and the goal is to reach thirty before the homologation date thanks to the introduction of a new intercooler and the improvement of the hybrid with an MGU-K that will be able to increase the delivery time of electric power over the lap."
It is hard being a Ferrari fan.