In the round-up: Vettel wants 2021 rules to deliver more excitement and less pace management • Ex-Lotus boss claims Ocon will replace Bottas • Monchaus replaces Resta at Alfa Romeo
Formula 1 will reintroduce ‘ground effect’ aerodynamics in 2021, a change the sport’s technical directors believe will make a “massive” difference to how easily cars can follow each other.
The full extent of F1’s planned restrictions on car design from 2021 have been revealed, and motorsport director Ross Brawn admits he expects teams will “push back” against it.
The Austrian Grand Prix was a thriller. But teams fear races like this will be an exception if F1’s 2021 overhaul fails to correct a fundamentally imbalanced playing field.
Nico Hulkenberg believes Formula 1 has found a solution to the aerodynamic problem which prevents cars from bring able to run closely to each other.
Formula 1 managing director of motorsport Ross Brawn has welcomed Lewis Hamilton’s comments on the state of the sport’s plans for regulations changes in 2021.
Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff has said teams agreed to postpone 2021 regulations last week in order to strengthen the sport, while Mercedes themselves remain unconfirmed in F1 beyond 2020.
Dieter Rencken reveals new details about Liberty Media’s plans for F1 in 2021 and why some teams are against delaying the sign-off of the rules.
Leading Formula 1 teams Ferrari and Mercedes have agreed to delay formal approval of new regulations for the 2021 season by four months.
The FIA, Formula 1 Management and teams are reconsidering whether to delay approving a comprehensive overhaul of the 2021 F1 rules.
Liberty Media’s capitulation to Ferrari, a changing of the guard at Mercedes and a motor manufacturer merger could have dramatic consequences for Formula 1.
Formula 1’s biggest teams are pushing to delay agreement on the sport’s new rules package for 2021, which must be signed off at the end of next month.
F1’s incredibly powerful brakes are vital for performance and safety. But from 2021 teams will have to use a standard system. Craig Scarborough looks at the impact of the change.
Current F1 cars lose 50% of their downforce when following another. The sport wants to slash that to 5% in 2021 – Craig Scarborough reveals how.
Formula 1 may not complete its changes to the sport’s revenue structure, including its contentious prize money payments, in time for the 2021 season.
Plans for a far-reaching overhaul of Formula 1 in 2021 will be presented to teams later this month by the sport’s commercial rights holder FOM and regulator, the FIA.
Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey says he is confident a new rules package for 2021 will be agreed in time for its deadline at the end of June.
Formula 1 has less than four months to agree key aspects of its new regulations for 2021, the sport’s CEO Chase Carey has admitted.
How to extend the F1 calendar while capping teams’ spending? How to attract new entries while clamping down on B-teams? These are the contradictions Liberty must solve.
In the round-up: Christian Horner says Liberty Media needs to being presenting its technical and financial rules for 2021 in the next few months.