A host of new F1 rules have been announced today. They include having the championship being decided by wins, changes to F1 publicity (including revealing qualifying fuel strategies) and a budget-capping provision. Which of these new rules do you think will improve F1? You can vote for more than one in this poll:
F1 teams will be allowed to run to different technical regulations if they agree to limit their budgets to ?é?ú30m (?óÔÇÜ?¼33m / $42m) under new rules put forward by the World Motor Sports Council today. According to the FIA: This figure will cover all expenditure of any kind. Anything subsidised or supplied free will be … Continue reading Budget caps for F1 in 2010
Among the World Motor Sports Councils decisions for the 2009 F1 season are a series of measured aimed at improving media coverage of the sport. Most important of these is the news that the weight of every car will be published after qualifying. This will allow fans to know whether drivers in the top ten … Continue reading Qualifying fuel strategies to be revealed
The 2009 F1 grid is remarkably unchanged compared to how the drivers lined up in 2008. Eight of the ten teams boast the same driver pairings as they did last year. How will those ten partnerships fare in 2008?
The FIA has surprisingly announced it will introduce a variant of the medals system proposed by Bernie Ecclestone in 2009.
The World Motor Sports Council meets today and will consider, among other things, FOTA’s proposal to increase the number of points scored by the winner in F1 races to 12. Plans to further reduce F1 costs will also be considered. But which proposals will get the FIA’s stamp of approval?
F1 testing continues at Jerez today with McLaren, Renault, Williams and Brawn GP still at work at the track. Renault were quickest yesterday with Fernando Alonso at the wheel. Will Nelson Piquet Jnr be able to replicate his team mate’s pace today?