What size engine is in a F1 car?

Question: What size engine does a F1 car have?

Answer: In 2013 as with recent seasons, the maximum capacity allowed for the engine in a Formula 1 car is 2.4 liters/2,400 cc.

The official FIA regulations also state the engines must have exactly 8 cylinders and be in a 90 degree V formation.

Each cylinder is only allowed 4 valves: 2 inlet and 2 exhaust.

Also the engines cannot be turbo-charged or supercharged, they can only rev to 18,000 rpm max and they must weigh a minimum of 95 kg.

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