FIA confirms Ferrari and Mercedes engine token usage

Ferrari has used three of its engine tokens on this weekend’s upgrade, the FIA confirmed in a note sent to teams on Saturday night.

The details of Ferrari’s upgrade had not previously been officially revealed by the governing body, and on Friday team boss Maurizio Arrivabene would only say that the team had used “a couple” of its token allocation.

As had previously been reported Mercedes has used all seven of its 2015 tokens this weekend.

The updated FIA figures for tokens remaining are as follows:

Mercedes: 0 (7 used in Italy)

Ferrari: 4 (3 used in Italy, 6 total during the 2015 season)

Renault: 12

Honda: 4 (5 in total during the 2015 season)

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One response to “FIA confirms Ferrari and Mercedes engine token usage

  1. Mick

    Interesting that Renault has 12 tokens to use but C Horner said yesterday that the upgrade when it arrives might be worth less than 2 tenths of a second. I know he’s on a mission to talk them down at the moment but if true it looks like 2016 could be a 2 division F1 – Merc & Ferrari out in front, Renault & Honda also ran.

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