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Jean Todt doesn’t have “any fears” that Ferrari will use its veto to prevent Formula 1 lowering the budget cap.
Formula 1 will not stop the show for even 10 positive Covid-19 cases says FIA’s medical commission, Gerard Saillant.
Formula 1 could introduced coloured rain lights to improve on-track safety with the car’s rear light changing colours according to conditions.
Formula 1 is going through a crisis, however, Zak Brown says he has been impressed with how Liberty Media and the FIA have stepped up.
Once the F1 season is underway it will go on as planned even if someone in the paddock tests positive, says the FIA’s medical commission.
Ex-Ferrari president, Luca di Montezemolo, has been linked by the Italian press to replace outgoing FIA president Jean Todt.
Should F1’s worst case scenario be realised, Jean Todt says the sport will be heading towards a “Super Formula 2” with a $50m budget cap.
Jean Todt insists the FIA is capable of policing technical matters like the Ferrari engine, even though they weren’t able to make a ruling one way or the other.
Bernie Ecclestone has hit out at the FIA’s handling of the Ferrari engine saga, saying the ambiguity is not good and rivals should sue.
As Formula 1 debates lowering the budget cap to $100m, FIA president Jean Todt admits even that may not be enough to save all 10 teams.
Jean Todt says it is not his fault the FIA has not released the details of the Ferrari engine agreement but the Scuderia blocked him.
Formula 1 could introduce a token system for car development next season, allowing all the teams to decide what they want to develop and what they are okay freezing.
Monday’s meeting of the Formula 1 team bosses and F1 chiefs ended without a firm decision being made on the lowering of the budget cap.
Jean Todt has praised the F1 teams for their response to the UK government’s call for ventilators as part of ‘Project Pitlane’.
The FIA has announced a series of confirmed changes to Formula 1’s sporting regulations to help safeguard the sport as much as possible.
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”.