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2014 Renault F1 1.6lt V6 Turbo Power Unit – Specifications

Renault Sport F1 1.6lt V6 Turbo Power UnitKEY ELEMENTS – 1.6l turbocharged V6 internal combustion engine, Direct injection, Max engine speed of 15,000rpm, Potent Energy Recovery Systems incorporating two motor generator units – the MGU-H, recovering energy from the exhaust and the MGU-K recovering energy from braking, Electrical energy recovered stored in a battery, Combined maximum power output of 760bhp, on a par with previous V8 generation, Double restriction on fuel consumption: fuel quantity for the race limited to 100 kg (-35% from 2013) with fuel flow rate limited to 100 kg/hr max (unlimited under V8 regulations) – cars will therefore need to use both fuel and electrical energy over one lap, Engine development is frozen during the season, only changes for fair and equitable reasons are permitted, 5 Power Units permitted per driver per year

Engine – Energy F1-2014

Displacement – 1.6L V6
Number of cylinders – 6
Rev limit – 15,000rpm
Pressure charging – Single turbocharger, unlimited boost pressure (typical maximum 3.5 bar abs due to fuel flow limit)
Fuel flow limit – 100 kg/hr (-40% from V8)
Permitted fuel quantity per race – 100 kg (-35% from V8)
Configuration – 90° V6
Bore – 80mm
Stroke – 53mm
Crank height – 90mm
Nomber of valves – 4 per cylinder, 24
Exhausts – Single exhaust outlet, from turbine on car center line
Fuel – Direct fuel injection

Energy recovery systems

MGU-K rpm – Max 50,000rpm
MGU-K power – Max 120kW
Energy recovered by MGU-K – Max 2MJ/lap
Energy released by MGU-K – Max 4MJ/lap
MGU-H rpm – >100,000rpm
Energy recovered by MGU-H – Unlimited (> 2MJ/lap)

General

Weight – Min 145kg
Number of Power Units permitted per driver per year – 5
Total horsepower – 600hp (ICE) + 160hp (ERS)

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