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During the F1 forum on the BBC I believe Martin Brundle said something about Ferrari using “the 3.5 litre engine, as they always do at Monza”. I thought all f1 engines were 2.4 litre V8′s.
Anyone else hear this?
It’s an old joke about Ferrari being allowed to have souped-up engines just for Monza, such is their desire to win here.
And when I say old, I mean 1950-old.
well, a Ferrari 3.5 engine would have a totally different sound… :(
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