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The coronavirus isn’t only having an impact on the 2020 F1 season but could also affect 2021 with teams reportedly pushing to delay the introduction of the new cars.
Former FIA president Max Mosley is a man who understands controversy and has warned F1 bosses that fans may take a while to let go of the Australian GP indecision.
Ferrari’s rivals are threatening legal action over the FIA’s undisclosed agreement with the Scuderia regarding last year’s engine controversy.
Although the Formula 1 calendar may include as many as 25 races in the future, Jean Todt says the sport should just focus on “22” for now.
As Formula 1 looks to grow the grid, Chase Carey says the sport must avoid treating newcomers as “second class citizens”.
It is all good and well winning the championship but that means a hefty entry fee for the next season with Mercedes set to pay $5.5m for 2020.
Formula 1 will reinstate the traditional chequered flag in 2020, using that to signal the “definitive” end of a grand prix rather than an electronic board.
Although Jolyon Palmer applauded the “unconventional” passes that Sunday’s DRS issue led to in the opening stint in Abu Dhabi, he feels F1 cannot ban the overtaking aid.
F1’s technical gremlins reared their head in Abu Dhabi on Sunday as the drivers were forced to run without DRS for the first 18 laps when a data server crashed.
The Formula 1 teams will all have to run a second fuel-flow sensor next season as the FIA clamps down on tricks to circumvent the regulations.
Although eight drivers, including Carlos Sainz, were looked at by the stewards for using DRS under yellow flags in Brazil, Michael Masi says they did “significantly slow”.
Young drivers will see regular Friday action from 2021 with F1 officials set to introduce mandatory practice runs for youngsters, according to a report.
Conceding F1 made a mistake prioritising speed over passing, 2021’s new-look cars will be “approximately 3 – 3.5 seconds slower per lap” but will have “raceability”.
Formula 1 boss Ross Brawn has warned the new financial regulations “have teeth” and will bite teams if they fall foul of the 2021 rules.
Formula 1 has announced as part of their big 2021 reveal that a maximum race calendar will be set, whilst race weekends themselves will be shorter.
The wait is over as Formula 1 has officially revealed what the 2021 regulations are set to look like as we prepare to start a whole new chapter of racing.
If you thought the reverse grid idea was consigned to the dustbin after it was rejected by two teams, then you are wrong as McLaren’s Seidl says it could be put back on the table.
The Tecpro barriers in Mexico will be reviewed by the FIA following Valtteri Bottas’ crash in qualifying, but race director Michael Masi has warned against “a knee-jerk reaction”.
F1 managing director Ross Brawn has implored the sport’s role players to “react” and develop “new regulations in the long-term interests of the sport”.
Michael Masi plans to speak with all the drivers ahead of the United States GP about the yellow flag rule, adamant he won’t single out Max Verstappen.
FIA race director Michael Masi has warned the drivers against exceeding the track limits at Turn 11, saying they’ll be shown the black-and-white flag after the third time.
Formula 1 team bosses have reportedly said no to reverse grid races as Wednesday’s vote failed to win unanimous support.
Michael Masi says a “system error” led to the chequered flag light panel being displayed a lap early in Japan but the cause of that has yet to be revealed.
The shortened race weekend may have worked a treat in Japan, but Formula 1 has no plans to switch from a three-day to a two-day programme in the near future.
New video evidence led to the Japanese GP stewards reopening an investigation into Charles Leclerc’s antics at Suzuka.
Haas team boss Guenther Steiner is facing a ‘draconian punishment’ from the FIA following his criticism of race commissioner Emanuele Pirro.
With Ferrari’s team orders creating the headlines in Russia, FIA race director Michael Masi says that is just “part of the team sport” that is F1.
Formula One has denied claims a new Spanish team will be on the 2021 grid, saying there have been “no serious discussions”.
The FIA will review its helmet design regulations in the wake of the Daniil Kvyat controversy at the Russian Grand Prix.
The FIA has altered the manner in which drivers must return to the track should they go off at Turn 2 at Sochi after the F1 drivers struggled to follow Friday’s directive.