Zynerji wrote: ↑
Mon Feb 25, 2019 4:47 am
6 engines, 3 specs would be perfect.
Well, currently only the number of engines is limited, but not the number of different specs. They teams could run a single spec for the whole year if they wanted to... So raising the number to 6 engines would mean it's possible to run 6 specs. And i'd keep it this way. Also you might get away without penalty, if one of the 6 engines fails/dies, as you could still make it through the season on 5 engines.
To me raising the engine count again is the way, together with introducing an even lower price limit. This way the customers still have the advantage of lower cost and the engine manufacturer doesn't have to run excessive dyno sessions to test reliability.