Renault has used as many as 20 engines in four cars this season after 14 races or exactly two-thirds of the season while Honda is only slightly better with 19 used engines in the same number of cars.

  • Status: After 2019 Italian GP
Driver Team Engine ICE TC MGU-H MGU-K ES CE
Lewis Hamilton Mercedes Mercedes 3 3 3 2 2 2
Valtteri Bottas Mercedes Mercedes 3 3 3 2 2 2
Sebastian Vettel Ferrari Ferrari 3 3 3 2 2 3
Charles Leclerc Ferrari Ferrari 3 3 3 2 2 2
Alexander Albon Red Bull Honda 4 4 4 3 3 3
Max Verstappen Red Bull Honda 4 4 4 3 3 3
Daniel Ricciardo Renault Renault 5 4 4 3 3 3
Nico Hulkenberg Renault Renault 6 4 4 3 2 3
Romain Grosjean Haas Ferrari 3 3 3 2 2 2
Kevin Magnussen Haas Ferrari 3 3 3 2 2 3
Lando Norris McLaren Renault 4 4 4 4 4 3
Carlos Sainz McLaren Renault 5 4 4 4 4 3
Sergio Perez Racing Point Mercedes 3 3 3 2 1 1
Lance Stroll Racing Point Mercedes 4 4 4 2 1 1
Kimi Raikkonen Alfa Romeo Ferrari 3 3 3 2 2 2
Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Ferrari 4 4 4 2 2 4
Pierre Gasly Toro Rosso Honda 6 5 5 5 3 3
Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso Honda 5 5 5 4 3 3
George Russell Williams Mercedes 3 3 3 2 3 3
Robert Kubica Williams Mercedes 3 3 3 2 1 1

In 2019 F1 season, drivers can use 3 ICE, 3 TC, 3 MGU-H, 2 MGU-K, 2 ES and 2 CE

ICE – internal combustion engine, TC – turbo charger, MGU-H – motor generator unit heat, MGU-K – motor generator unit kinetic, ES – energy store, CE – control electronics

NEW PU ELEMENTS (number of used elements in brackets)

2019 Bahrain GP – New PU elements

ICE – Sainz (2)

TC – Sainz (2)

MGU-H – Sainz (2)

MGU-K – Sainz (2)

2019 Chinese GP – New PU elements

ICE – Hulkenberg (2) and Kvyat (2)

TC – Hulkenberg (2) and Kvyat (2)

MGU-H – Hulkenberg (2) and Kvyat (2)

MGU-K – Hulkenberg (2), Norris (2), Ricciardo (2) and Kvyat (2)

CE – Vettel (2), Leclerc (2), Grosjean (2), Magnussen (2)

2019 Azerbaijan GP – New PU elements

ICE – Verstappen (2), Gasly (2), Kvyat (3) and Albon (3)

TC – Verstappen (2) and Gasly (2)

MGU-H – Verstappen (2) and Gasly (2)

MGU-K – Verstappen (2) and Gasly (2)

ES – Russell (2)

CE – Raikkonen (2), Giovinazzi (3) and Russell (2)

2019 Spanish GP – New PU elements

ICE – Vettel (2), Leclerc (2), Ricciardo (2), Hulkenberg (3 & 4), Sainz (3) and Norris (2)

TC – Ricciardo (2), Hulkenberg (3 & 4), Sainz (3) and Norris (2)

MGU-H – Ricciardo (2), Hulkenberg (3 & 4), Sainz (3) and Norris (2)

MGU-K – Hulkenberg (3)

ES

CE – Sainz (2), Norris (2) and Hulkenberg (3)

2019 Monaco GP – New PU elements

ICE – Grosjean (2), Magnussen (2), Raikkonen (2) and Giovinazzi (2)

TC – Grosjean (2), Magnussen (2), Raikkonen (2) and Giovinazzi (2)

MGU-H – Grosjean (2), Magnussen (2), Raikkonen (2) and Giovinazzi (2)

MGU-K

ES – Sainz (2)

CE –

2019 Canadian GP – New PU elements

ICE – Hamilton (2), Bottas (2), Perez (2), Stroll (2), Russell (2) and Kubica (2)

TC – Hamilton (2), Bottas (2), Vettel (2), Leclerc (2), Perez (2), Stroll (2), Russell (2) and Kubica (2)

MGU-H – Hamilton (2), Bottas (2), Vettel (2), Leclerc (2), Perez (2), Stroll (2), Russell (2) and Kubica (2)

MGU-K – Stroll (2)

ES -Verstappen (2), Gasly (2), Ricciardo (2), Hulkenberg (2), Norris (2) and Kvyat (2)

CE – Verstappen (2), Gasly (2), Kvyat (2) and Magnussen (3)

2019 French GP – New PU elements

ICE – Verstappen (3), Gasly (3), Ricciardo (3), Stroll (3) and Kvyat (4)

TC – Verstappen (3), Gasly (3), Ricciardo (3), Stroll (3) and Kvyat (3 & 4)

MGU-H – Verstappen (3), Gasly (3), Ricciardo (3), Stroll (3) and Kvyat (3 & 4)

MGU-K – Kvyat (4)

ES – Grosjean (2), Magnussen (2), Raikkonen (2), Giovinazzi (2), Kvyat (3) and Russell (3)

CE – Kvyat (3) and Russell (3)

2019 Austrian GP – New PU elements

ICE – Sainz (4), Albon (4 & 5) and Hulkenberg (5)

TC – Sainz (4), Albon (3 & 4)

MGU-H – Sainz (4) and Albon (3 & 4)

MGU-K – Bottas (2), Sainz (3) and Albon (3 & 4)

ES – Sainz (3)

CE – Sainz (3)

2019 German GP – New PU elements

ICE

TC

MGU-H

MGU-K – Leclerc (2), Grosjean (2), Magnussen (2), Raikkonen (2) and Giovinazzi (2)

ES – Vettel (2) and Leclerc (2)

CE

2019 Hungarian GP – New PU elements

ICE – Ricciardo (4)

TC – Ricciardo (3)

MGU-H – Norris (3) and  Ricciardo (4)

MGU-K – Ricciardo (3)

ES – Bottas (2) and Ricciardo (3)

CE – Bottas (2) and Ricciardo (3)

2019 Belgian GP – New PU elements

ICE -Hamilton (3), Bottas (3), Albon (4), Ricciardo (5), Hulkenberg (6), Grosjean (3), Magnussen (3), Sainz (5), Perez (3), Stroll (4), Giovinazzi (3), Kvyat (5), Russell (3) and Kubica (3)

TC – Hamilton (3), Bottas (3), Albon (4), Grosjean (3), Magnussen (3), Perez (3), Stroll (4), Giovinazzi (3), Kvyat (5), Russell (3) and Kubica (3)

MGU-H – Hamilton (3), Bottas (3), Albon (4), Grosjean (3), Magnussen (3), Perez (3), Stroll (4), Giovinazzi (3), Kvyat (5), Russell (3) and Kubica (3)

MGU-K – Albon (3) and Kvyat (4)

ES – Hamilton (2) and Albon (3)

CE – Hamilton (2) and Albon (3)

2019 Italian GP – New PU elements

ICE – Vettel (3), Leclerc (3), Verstappen (4), Norris (4) and Gasly (6)

TC – Vettel (3), Leclerc (3), Verstappen (4), Norris (4) and Gasly (5)

MGU-H – Vettel (3), Leclerc (3), Verstappen (4), Norris (4) and Gasly (5)

MGU-K – Verstappen (3), Norris (4) i Gasly (5)

ES – Verstappen (3), Norris (4) and Gasly (3)

CE – Verstappen (3) and Gasly (3)

Raikkonen leads Ricciardo Italian GP F1 2019 Photo Renault

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