F1 stewards have a new weapon in their arsenal, races can now feature a Virtual Safety Car, and drivers better get used to having one helmet design.
Details of the ban on drivers altering their crash helmet designs during the season have been confirmed in updated rules published by the FIA.
The new year is less than three weeks old but the FIA has already tweaked the engine rules twice. Here’s what it means for the teams and manufacturers in 2015.
The FIA has updated the sporting regulations for 2015 with a raft of further revisions to the rules for the upcoming season.
The FIA has revised the range of penalties available to stewards from 2015 and introduced a new ten-second penalty.
The FIA has confirmed the controversial double points rule will be dropped as of 2015. Standing restarts won’t be used – but the Virtual Safety Car will.
For next year the FIA intends to change rules which created an ugly generation of F1 cars. Here’s how the new noses may look in 2015.
Nose design is one of three areas where the 2015 F1 cars will be significantly different from the current models.
The FIA has announced new rules for the 2015 F1 season including the use of standing starts following Safety Car periods.
The FIA will permit teams to purchase more car parts in 2015 and ban the use of tyre warmers under new rules proposed today.
The FIA has laid down detailed new rules on in-season testing following the row over Mercedes’ secret test for Pirelli earlier this year.
The FIA claims plans for a “global cost cap” have been agreed and will be introduced in January 2015.