Hell would freeze over before I listen to that giggling hyenaI read somewhere that VBH is penciled in to do the pre-race pit lane interviews to ensure that the female element is covered and nobody can accuse the BBC of being non PC.
If you think back to the days when the Cosworth DFV was the dominant powerplant in F1, no one much minded that multiple teams used the same engine as virtually all the teams were independent of the engine manufacturer. The rot really set in (cost wise, at least) when the motor manufacturers - Renault, Honda, at the start, then the rest - decided that they wanted their own teams because they wanted the kudos of winning under their own name. Once that happened the costs really started to spiral because they had deep pockets and saw the benefit of demonstrating to their customers that they could build and run a championship winning package.Seriously though, I cant see how homologated engines will work. What manufacturer will want to put their name to the same engine that everyone else is using?