power has become a trend in the commercial automotive market. From the Ford's EcoSport to Volkswagen's Polo GT, cars are increasingly using turbo-chargers to power smaller-sized fuel-efficient engines.
With the technology now being adopted in F1, expect quicker and better engines in your road car soon. Honda, one of the more popular brands in India, is already banking on its experience in making similar-sized engines for its road cars and will re-enter F1 in 2015. Does this mean your Honda City will run as fast as Jenson Button's 2015 McLaren? Maybe not, but at least you can say that your car’s engine has picked up a tip from its cousin in F1.