Formula 1 wants an exciting new engine format for 2025, but the rationale for an expensive change disappears if it fails to court manufacturer interest.
The Formula 1 cars of 2025 could have all-wheel-drive, active aerodynamics and tanks filled with e-fuel under the sport’s latest proposals.
Formula 1 is planning to introduce ‘active aerodynamics’ to its cars in order to reduce fuel consumption by a third from 2025.
Liberty Media intends to continue adding more events to the Formula 1 schedule and rotate between some venues in coming seasons.
The Brazilian Grand Prix could remain at Interlagos for the foreseeable future as the circuit is closing on a new, five-year deal to host the race.
The Chinese Grand Prix promoters and Formula 1 are expected to announced a new deal to continue the event until 2025.