Formula 1 Engine Specs

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“Formula 1 continually pushes the limits of engine technology, and their most recent design is among the most sophisticated to yet. Before the engine can touch the track, it must undergo a highly complex initialization procedure involving computer systems, remote operations, and a team of specialist engineers.”

F1 Engine Specs

Item Description
Type Mercedes-AMG M10 EQ Power+
Power Unit Allocation Three ICE/TC/MGU-H per driver per season and Two MGU-K/ES/CE per driver per season
Power Unit Perimeter Internal Combustion Engine (ICE)/Moto Generator Unit – Kinetic (MGU-K)/Motor Generator Unit – Heat (MGU-H)/Turbocharger (TC)/Energy Store (ES)/Control Electronics (CE)
Minimum Weight 145 kg
Manufacturers Mercedes-Benz, Renault (including TAG Heuer rebadging until 2018), Ferrari and Honda
Type Hybrid-powered 4-stroke piston Otto-cycle with efficient combustion process and greater emission engine burning
Configuration V6 single hybrid turbocharger engine
V-angle 90° cylinder angle
Displacement 1.6 litres (98 cubic inches)
Bore Maximum 80 mm (3.150 in)
Stroke 53 mm (2.087 in)
Valvetrain DOHC, 24-valve (four valves per cylinder)
Fuel 98–102 RON unleaded petroleum + 5.75% biofuel
Fuel delivery Petrol direct injection
Direct fuel injection pressure 500 bar (7,251.89 psi; 493.46 atm; 375,030.84 Torr; 50,000.00 kPa; 14,764.99 inHg)
Fuel flow limit 100 kg/h
Aspiration Single-turbocharged
Power output 850 + 160 hp (634 + 119 kW) @ 10,000 rpm through 12,000 rpm
Torque Approx. 600–815 N⋅m (443–601 lb⋅ft)[77]
Lubrication Dry sump
Maximum revs 15,000 rpm (maximum allowed by the regulations, in practice no engine goes much above 12,000 rpm as there is no practical benefit to it)
Engine managemen McLaren TAG-320 (2018) later TAG-320B (2019–present)
Max. speed: 370 km/h (230 mph) (Monza, Baku and Mexico); 340 km/h (211 mph) normal tracks
Weight 145 kg (319.67 lb) complete
Cooling Single water pump
Ignition High energy inductive
Exhaust systems Single exhaust with central exit and extra double small exhaust

Forced induction

Turbocharger weight: 8 kg (17.637 lb) depending on the turbine housing used
Turbocharger spin rev limit 125,000 rpm
Pressure charging Single-stage compressor and exhaust turbine, a common-shaft
Turbo boost level pressure Unlimited but mainly typical 400–500 kPa (58–73 psi; 3,000–3,800 Torr; 120–150 inHg) absolute
Wastegate Maximum of two, electronic- or pneumatic-controlled

ERS systems

MGU-K RPM  Max 50,000 rpm
MGU-K power Max 120 kW
Energy recovered by MGU-K  Max 2 MJ/lap
Energy released by MGU-K Max 4 MJ/lap from the Energy Storage, unlimited from the MGU-H

Formula Engine Specs Review

Formula One engines are one of the most advanced and powerful engines in the world. They are designed to be lightweight and compact, while still producing a massive amount of power. The current Formula One engines are 1.6-liter V6 turbo hybrid engines.

They can produce approximately 1,000 horsepower and can rev up to 15,000 RPM. These engines are also highly fuel-efficient, consuming only about 1 liter of fuel to cover 5 kilometers.

For more details check out the YouTube video

Formula 1 Engine Specs FAQ

How many turbos do F1 engines have?

TC: Each driver is allowed three turbochargers. ES: Every driver is allowed 2 Energy Stores.

MGU-H Each driver is granted 3 Motor Generator Units-Heat. MGU-K: Every driver is allowed 3 Motor Generator Units-Kinetic

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