Ah ! Turbo,, This shows how close i follow F1, i had totally forgotten thet went back to turbo engines and my post re octane was relevent to info i had read on the N/A F1 engines. I get the donkey of the day award!ptuomov wrote:I personally think that they are more likely to burn the oil in the exhaust port and manifold than in the combustion chamber. Oil in the combustion chamber is a bit difficult to control as it cause preignition. In the exhaust manifold, it can be used to run the turbo, which has the electric recovery system attached to it.
That video link posted by tjus explaining the system they use is quite interesting.