The FIA has finalised the changes to the F1 regulations for the 2013 season and updated its planned rules for 2014.
The FIA has confirmed a series of changes to the F1 rules for the 2013 season.
McLaren technical director Paddy Lowe says all F1 tracks will need two DRS zones next year to ensure the device remains effective.
The FIA has formally approved the switch to V6 turbo engines in 2014.
The FIA may delay the introduce of four-cylinder 1.6-litre engines in F1 beyond 2013.
Ecclestone says he’s “anti, anti, anti, anti moving into this small turbo four formula” in 2013.
The FIA has confirmed a reduction in F1 engine capacity for 2013.
Turbocharged, four-cylinder 1.6-litre engines will be used from the 2013 season.
F1’s new technical rules for 2013 will include a return to turbo engines and ground effect aerodynamics, according to Autosport. The two technologies, which were hallmarks of F1 racing in the late seventies and eighties, will be revived in an effort to make F1 racing more exciting for fans and more relevant for car manufacturers. … Continue reading Turbos and ground effect “back in 2013″