Ferrari SpA is working on a new engine technology it says could revolutionize Formula 1 racing. The Italian automaker and F1 race team owner is developing an engine that combines both direct and indirect fuel injection systems. If the technology is successful, it could take F1 engines to the next level, Ferrari believes. Currently, all F1 engines are indirectly injected, and while many engine manufacturers are working on direct injection, it is believed that only Ferrari is trying to ...

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