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After the FIA ​​imposed a freeze on F1 powertrain development until 2026, Karun Chandhok thinks it should rethink its future strategy.

“We have to get rid of the hybrids,” he explains. “F1 cars are too big and too heavy now [the minimum has risen to 795kg]. The MGU-H [weighing 120kg] will never find its way to a road car; it does not matter. The FIA ​​must say: “Formula E, you are purely electric; sports cars, you are developing hybrids; F1, you are developing sustainable fuels.

“So we will have a throwback to the V10s and V12s that everyone loves to hear. F1 must lead the change for what is coming in 2035, not 2030.”

F1 Calendar 2022

Sakhir, Bahrain: March 20

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: March 27

Melbourne, Australia: April 10

Imola, Italy: April 24

Miami, Florida, United States: May 8

Barcelona, ​​Spain: May 22

Monte Carlo, Monaco: May 29

Baku, Azerbaijan: June 12

Montreal, Canada: June 19

Silverstone, UK: July 3

Spielberg, Austria: July 10

Le Castellet, France: July 24

Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium: August 28

Zandvoort, Netherlands: September 4

Monza, Italy 11: September

To be confirmed: September 25

Marina Bay, Singapore: October 2

Suzuka, Japan 9: October

Austin, Texas, USA: October 23

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