Power unit elements used so far

A list for each driver updated race-by-race during 2014

By Sky Sports Online.   Last Updated: 26/09/14 4:04pm

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Ahead of the Singapore GP, the drivers entered in the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship have used the number of power unit elements listed below:

A power unit comprises:

ICE - Internal Combustion Engine
TC - Turbo Charger
MGU-K Motor Generator Unit - Kinetic
MGU-H Motor Generator Unit - Heat
ES - Energy Store
CE - Control Electronics

No.  Car  Driver  ICE  TC  MGU-K  MGU-H  ES  CE  
01Red Bull Racing Renault  Sebastian Vettel544434
03Red Bull Racing RenaultDaniel Ricciardo444334
44MercedesLewis Hamilton444433
06MercedesNico Rosberg444433
14FerrariFernando Alonso543 445
07FerrariKimi Räikkönen543545
08Lotus RenaultRomain Grosjean454433
13Lotus RenaultPastor Maldonado  555544
22McLaren MercedesJenson Button444433
20McLaren MercedesKevin Magnussen444444
27Force India MercedesNico Hülkenberg444433
11Force India MercedesSergio Perez444433
99Sauber FerrariAdrian Sutil554544
21Sauber FerrariEsteban Gutierrez444435
25Toro Rosso RenaultJean-Eric Vergne445433
26Toro Rosso RenaultDaniil Kvyat645433
19Williams MercedesFelipe Massa444423
77Williams MercedesValtteri Bottas444444
17Marussia FerrariJules Bianchi554535
04Marussia FerrariMax Chilton554534
10Caterham RenaultKamui Kobayashi444434
09Caterham RenaultMarcus Ericsson44 3334

- Each driver may use no more than five power units per season.

- Each driver may therefore use no more than five of the above six elements (in any combination).

- If more than five power units are used then penalties are applied as follows:

- Replacement of a complete power unit means the driver must start the race from the pit lane.

- The first time a sixth element is used, the driver gets a ten-place grid penalty.

- The first time a sixth of the remaining elements is used, the driver gets a five-place grid penalty.

- The first time a seventh element is used, the driver gets a ten-place grid penalty.

- The first time a seventh of the remaining elements is used, the driver gets a five-place grid penalty, and so on.

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