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Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff believes the FIA are starting to realise how difficult replacing Charlie Whiting will be.
Ross Brawn believes the decision to award a point for the fastest lap of the race “livened up” the closing stages of Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix.
Formula 1’s Strategy Group will meet on March 26 with the FIA and Liberty Media presenting their vision for the sport in 2021.
Team bosses from Ferrari, Mercedes, Renault and Red Bull sit down with the press in Melbourne, Australia.
Bernie Ecclestone says it will be “impossible” to replace Charlie Whiting following the tragic death of the F1 race director.
F1 race director Charlie Whiting has passed away, age 66.
Michael Masi has been named as the official race director for the Australian Grand Prix following the death of Charlie Whiting.
Sebastian Vettel has remembered Charlie Whiting as a “racer” and “just a very nice guy” following the death of the FIA race director.
Formula 1 has this morning woken to the sad news that FIA race director Charlie Whiting has passed away.
Formula 1 has officially approved plans to introduce a bonus points system in time for the season opener at the Australian Grand Prix.
Last month the FIA invited companies to tender for standardised gearboxes, however, it looks as if that is just the latest push for standardised parts with more to come.
The FIA World Motor Sport Council has given its approval to introduce giving a point to the driver that sets the fastest lap in races.
FIA president Jean Todt feels Formula 1’s need to court controversy and criticise any changes is “a bit unfortunate”.
Formula 1 is set to race standard gearboxes from 2021 onward with the FIA issuing an invitation to tender.
Formula 1 has taken a step towards improving overtaking in 2019 by simplifying the front wings but Pat Symonds concedes it is not a “perfect” solution.
Formula 1’s new circuits could all be designed purely around overtaking with Pat Symonds revealing F1 has designed the “world’s first overtaking simulation.”
Formula 1’s Head of Sport Ross Brawn has announced that the division will react if the new rules for the 2019 season do not go down well.
The home of the Italian Grand Prix is has proposed major changes to its circuit to celebrate its centenary year in 2022.
Kimi Raikkonen was in fine form last night at the FIA Prize-Giving Gala in Saint Petersburg, thanks to a drink or seven.
The FIA believe that the aeroscreen would not have protected Charles Leclerc even 10% as much as the halo did in his opening lap crash in Spa.
The Mexican Grand Prix is now under threat, despite winning the Best Promoter award at the FIA Prize-giving gala on Friday.
The FIA have confirmed the Halo device did prevent a part of Fernando Alonso’s car hitting Charles Leclerc on his visor at Spa.
The FIA have ratified a number of regulation changes ahead of the 2019 season, including the introduction of new incentives in qualifying.
FIA president Jean Todt has said that it was the little things that were missing at Ferrari during the 2018 season which cost them the title.
Next season F1 could see more kerbs installed such as the one in Abu Dhabi as Charlie Whiting says it takes away the “dreadfully tedious” need to police track limits.
Aston Martin won’t be entering Formula 1 as an engine manufacturer, saying Liberty’s decision not to change the rules put them off.
Pirelli will continue to supply tyres to the Formula 1 grid through to 2023, remaining as the sport’s sole supplier.
Formula 1 are looking re replacing grands prix with so-called “unattractive agreements” according to CEO and chairman Chase Carey.
The FIA has closed the book on Mercedes’ wheel rim spacer design with Charlie Whiting saying the “matter is settled.”
The matter between Max Verstappen and Esteba Ocon is over, at least according to the FIA who feel there is no need for further invention.