The power unit for the 2017 Formula One cars consists of six separate elements, which are carefully monitored by the FIA: the internal combustion engine (ICE), the motor generator unit-kinetic (MGU-K), the motor generator unit-heat (MGU-H), the energy store (ES), turbocharger (TC) and control electronics (CE).
The penalties imposed for using additional elements are as following: the first time a fifth of any of the elements is used, a ten-place grid penalty will be imposed. A five-place grid penalty will then be imposed the first time a fifth of any of the remaining elements is used. Likewise, the first time a sixth of any of the elements is used, a ten-place grid penalty will be imposed, and so on.
Here is the list of Formula One drivers power unit elements which have been used so far by the F1 teams and drivers ahead of the 2017 Hungarian Grand, the motor race held annually at the Hungaroring circuit in Mogyorod, which will be the eleventh round of the 2017 Formula One championship and at the same time the 32nd Hungarian Grand Prix in history.