Video: Ferrari's gambling on an F1 rule to save its engine – The Race

Producing arguably the strongest engine in the 2022 Formula 1 field has been a key part of Ferrari’s return to championship-chasing form this year.
But while that engine is certainly competitive, it’s also fragile – with reliability a serious concern.
It seems Ferrari has taken a deliberate gamble around a particular F1 rule, as our video explains:

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