The rule set proposed is basically the most boring thing they could have came up with. The higher RPM is artificial and not a consequence of pushing the boundaries as it was previously.
Removing the Turbo KERS is fine by me and would make the engines cheaper and more road relevant if you care about road relevance.
It would/will also make the engines sound different im ok with that too. And i assume most is.
Increased fuel flow is ofc. fun but what really should have happened was a flat fuel flow. The engines would have been way more gnarly sounding going up through the revs.
The engines will sound better but the ruleset is far from focused on efficiency. a flat fuel flow would have been far more green, more challenging for the engineers and perhaps more fun for the fans too.
Edit:Oh and with a flat fuel flow curve they have the potential to produce more power.
Edited by MatsNorway, 04 November 2017 - 19:05.