Last year Formula 1 postponed its new technical regulations by one year to 2022 as a cost-saving measure. A spokesperson for the championship rejected reports elsewhere that a further year’s delay is now being considered:
Any suggestion the 2022 regulations will be delayed is wrong and has not been discussed.
The new regulations are designed to improve competition on track and give our fans closer racing. This combined with the new financial regulations will improve Formula 1 and create a healthier and stronger business model for the whole sport.
"From a support category point of view, we’re going to work with every one of the support categories nationally to make sure that we can be having them as part of our support program. Clearly, that’s going to have some challenges, particularly with the NZ round of Supercars a couple of weeks beforehand, but we do want to make sure that we have the best program.t"
"They say from Formula E when the races have to take place, but that can change quickly. For example, the Santiago race has already been postponed. They now say that Mexico will be in June, but perhaps not. Maybe Santiago will be in June, maybe not."
"Pre-season tests are always important, but this one is especially so given the extended period that our drivers have spent away from on-track action due to the Coronavirus pandemic. It is for that reason that we have set aside five days for this year’s W Series pre-season test."
"The concern is that, given his lengthy misdemeanour sheet, Mazepin will move on unopposed and without changing his ways. In which case the only way he will listen is if F1 or the FIA speak up and call him to account."
"'We developed the drivers to take care of the tyres in the race,' explained Carlin. 'I think our race craft, certainly Yuki's, was exceptional. That’s down to the work that the engineers put in to help him work out how to control the tyres, teaching him how to save them without losing too much pace. For me, that’s where we were really strong.'"
"The team that swept almost all the titles in the inaugural X1 League last year will be led by F2 stalwart Jehan Daruvala and British F3 runner up Kush Maini. With former F2 and GT1 racer Armaan Ebrahim as the Team Principal and 8-time National Champion Rayomand Banajee as strategy and communications head, Mumbai Falcons is confident of winning the championship."