Formula 1 New V 6 Engines Turbo 2014 specification

by Sameer Arshad | Posted on Friday, December 6th, 2013 | 0

F1 V6 Engine Turbo Specifications

So we are moving into 2014 season of Formula 1 which will be gin in March with the opening race in Australia down under, and F1 cars engine are about to get a complete overhaul and a leap forward if you like. Next year we will have 1.6-litre V6 units with turbochargers which enables the cars more power injection and recovery with direct dynamics. Lets take a look at 2014 F1 V-6 Engines Specifications.

F1 V-6 engine Specifications

1.6l Engine capacity will be reduced from 2.4l to just 1.6 litres
6 F1 cars will have only 6 cylenders compared to 8 in 2013 cars
Max 100kg (140L fuel) Maximum Fuel
Fuel Flow 100kg per hour fuel flow rate
500bar Fuel injection limit
15,000 Maximum RPM


Energy Recovery

Power boost from ERS 161bhp
Duration of boost available 33.3s
Energy Harvesting 2MJ


Complete units

5 Maximum Units
145kg Minimum weight of engine



The new V6 2014 Engine are expected to produce the same amount of power as their 2006-13 counterparts, but with the addition of further power from ERS this will make the new engines more powerfull and effecient but will the drivers like it ? Well not at first, the have to get use to the new techonology and 2014 season will be a breakthrough year for Formula 1 and we might actually see someone else winning Championship rather than Vettel, but if he does we can easily rate him one of the best F1 drivers of this generation.

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