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:
Which of the new rules will improve F1?
- Championship decided by wins (16%)
- Changes to F1 publicity (31%)
- Budget capping (17%)
- None of them (47%)
Total Voters: 1,709
Championship decided by wins – the driver with the most race wins will become champion, and points will be used to decide other positions. See here for more: F1 to use ‘medals’ system in 2009
Changes to F1 publicity – qualifying fuel weights will be made public, and drivers and team members will have to be available for more interviews and autograph sessions. See here for more: F1 publicity gets much-needed boost
Budget capping – teams will have the opportunity to run to less restrictive technical regulations if they agree to limit their budgets. See here for more: Budget caps for F1 in 2009