2024 F1 Power Unit elements usage

Status – Friday at Japanese GP

DriverTeamPUICETCMGU-HMGU-KESCEEX
Max VerstappenRed BullRed Bull2222113
Sergio PerezRed BullRed Bull2222113
George RussellMercedesMercedes1111111
Lewis HamiltonMercedesMercedes2222112
Charles LeclercFerrariFerrari1111112
Carlos SainzFerrariFerrari1111112
Oscar PiastriMcLarenMercedes1111111
Lando NorrisMcLarenMercedes1111221
Lance StrollAston MartinMercedes1111111
Fernando AlonsoAston MartinMercedes1111111
Esteban OconAlpineRenault2222122
Pierre GaslyAlpineRenault1111122
Alexander AlbonWilliamsMercedes2222222
Logan SargeantWilliamsMercedes1111221
Daniel RicciardoRBRed Bull2222113
Yuki TsunodaRBRed Bull2222113
Valtteri BottasSauberFerrari1111121
Zhou GuanyuSauberFerrari1111111
Kevin MagnussenHaasFerrari1111111
Nico HulkenbergHaasFerrari1111111

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, EX – exhaust system

In 2024 F1 season, drivers can use 4 ICE, 4 TC, 4 MGU-H, 4 MGU-K, 2 ES, 2 CE and 8 EX.

Should the number of races in the 2024 Championship drop to 19 or less, the permitted number of motor generator units-kinetic (MGU-K) will be reduced to 2.

The first time an additional element is used: Ten (10) grid place penalty.

The next times an additional element of the same type is used: Five (5) grid place penalty.

If a driver incurs a penalty exceeding fifteen (15) grid places he will be required to start the race from the back of the starting grid.

Any of the seven elements will be deemed to have been used once the car’s timing transponder has shown that it has left the pit lane.

During any single Event, if a driver introduces more than one of the same power unit element which is subject to penalties, only the last element fitted may be used at subsequent Events without further penalty.

If a driver is replaced at any time during the Championship his replacement will be deemed to be the original driver for the purposes of assessing power unit usage.