The FIA has given formal approval to a substantial increase in testing in order to develop the tyres which will be used from next year and beyond.
Late changes to qualifying, complicated new tyre rules and tight radio restrictions are just a few of the changes to the regulations drivers and teams face in 2016.
The FIA has published the rules for Formula One’s new ‘elimination’ qualifying system. The new procedure will see drivers being eliminated every 90 seconds in Q1, Q2 and Q3.
Formula One’s new elimination qualifying format will be implemented in full from the first race of the new season, the FIA’s World Motorsport Council has ruled.
Among the changes in the F1 regulations for the 2016 season are tighter rules on track limits and a provision for more tyre testing.
The FIA has published heavily revised rules regarding the use of tyres for the 2016 season.
Formula One’s official tyre supplier has explained how the new tyre rules for 2015 will work.
The FIA’s World Motor Sport Council has approved changes to F1’s rules regarding tyres and the Virtual Safety Car for 2016.
The FIA has revealed tougher rules intended to prevent drivers abusing track limits during the 2016 season.
The FIA has changed the rules regarding car exhaust in a bid to make the current generation of cars louder from next year.