According to Mark Hughes, a highly respected F1 technical analyst, the new turbo V6 features its turbine and air compressors uniquely packaged at either end of the 'power unit'.
There is one driver in Formula 1 who doesn't have the equipment to reach his true potential as a World Champion...yet.
Bahrain is blocking Qatar's plans to join the F1 calendar.
Frenchman angrily thumping the tool benches in the Lotus garage.
A roundup of F1 briefs.
An iconic brand to return to F1?
Despite suffering from an allergy before the race, Raikkonen showed impressive performance
"I don't think there is much more to see" - told Luca di Montezemolo before leaving the track mid-race.
"The guys are racing," told Toto Wolff, "but in the context of a philosophy."
"From my perspective," Gerhard Berger told the Austrian agency, "it is a big step forward.
Things are not ideal at Red Bull at the moment. A different position to be in for the World Champion team.
"Beyond three months is a long-term coma with consequences. With less than three months there may be no consequences."
Valtteri Bottas has lamented the end of winter testing in the island Kingdom of Bahrain.
Red Bull is "slaving around the clock" to solve its problems.
Fernando Alonso insisted he was saying thanks to the mechanics.
Apparently there will be a number of changes for the 2014 Formula One season.
Kimi Raikkonen's race chassis was damaged when the Finn was launched over the kerbs in Friday practice.
Dr Helmut Marko is not convinced Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix was a F1 thriller.
Berthold Bouman, F1 Correspondent
Sebastian Vettel hardly turned a lap all Saturday.
"FIA judicial and disciplinary rules" were the words used in the statement!
Bahrain GP wasn't a reason, but the Vodafone brand has "less need for this kind of exposure in future"
RB10 has so far only done 6 laps in Bahrain.
Bernie: the mastermind of creating new ideas!