Could the four stroke nightmare really end?
A lot of well placed racing minds believe it is so, and not by batteries!
https://www.motorsportmagazine.com/news ... -formula-e
https://www.bikesportnews.com/news/news ... gp-by-2026
https://www.pitpass.com/66467/F1-lookin ... ne-formula
https://www.corsedimoto.com/motomondial ... due-tempi/
“I’m very keen on it being a two-stroke,” he said, according to MotorSport magazine. “Much more efficient, great sound from the exhaust and a lot of the problems with the old two strokes are just not relevant any more.”
“I certainly think that the internal combustion engine has a long future and I think it has a future that’s longer than a lot of politicians realise because politicians are hanging everything on electric vehicles. There’s nothing wrong with electric vehicles but there are reasons why they are not the solution for everyone.”
That said, research presented at the conference suggests that electric racing cars could be responsible for two times the level carbon emissions of hybrids, due to the amount produced when building the batteries.