Technical 2014 F1 Engines to be Used in Le Mans?

Difficult to know how to feel about this. As long as the F1 engines are optional and not compulsory, then I welcome it cautiously, because indepedent engine companies like Judd have been a mainstay of the sportscar arena and might struggle to build an engine to compete with cheap F1 knock-offs.

Of course, it opens the door for Ferrari to return to Le Mans, a tantalising prospect, but I have to say at this point, it seems an unlikely one. The last time they did this sort of harmonisation, with the 3.5l F1 engine regs, it killed sportscar racing completely.
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