FIA president Mohamed Ben Sulayem will discuss improvements to Formula 1’s sporting standards in a summit tomorrow after meeting with drivers at Monza.
A deal has been agreed to relax Formula 1’s budget cap due to soaring inflation levels, though not all teams were in favour of the move.
The FIA has agreed to delay the introduction of new limits on Formula 1 cars ‘porpoising’ by more than a month.
The FIA has approved a series of changes to F1’s technical regulations and set a target for agreement of its new engine rules for 2026.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff said Red Bull driver Sergio Perez’s comments prove porpoising is not only a safety concern for his team.
F1 drivers whose cars aren’t affected by porpoising have warned they are suffering from poor ride quality, but don’t expect a quick fix.
Formula 1 drivers say the series’ drastic aerodynamic changes for 2022 have made it easier for cars to follow each other closely and should improve overtaking.
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F1’s rules gave Alfa Romeo, Haas and Williams more development time than their rivals last year. Is that reflected in the new cars they produced for 2022?
Lewis Hamilton expects Ferrari has taken advantage of the opportunity to make more progress early on with the development of their new car for 2022 than Mercedes did.
Sergio Perez, Daniel Ricciardo and Lewis Hamilton explained the challenges Formula 1 drivers are facing from reduced visibility in their new cars for 2022.
Formula 1’s switch to 10% ethanol ‘E10’ fuel for 2022 presents an added headache for engineers in a year of upheaval in the regulations.
McLaren’s Andreas Seidl has “a lot of hope” Formula 1 will eventually be able to get rid of DRS if next season’s technical regulations produce closer racing.
George Russell and Pierre Gasly backed proposals to drop Formula 1’s Q3 tyre rule, saying it hands an advantage to the quickest cars.
Ferrari’s racing director Laurent Mekies says F1’s radical rules changes for 2022 have the potential to change the grid order.
Lewis Hamilton has said the 2022 weight increase for Formula One cars seems at odds with sustainability and sporting aims.
The F1 Commission will discuss whether to scrap rules which allow the FIA to specify the design of certain car parts at its meeting tomorrow.