Formula 1 must begin to define its 2021 rules package this month to give teams enough time to prepare for the sweeping changes which are expected, says Guenther Steiner.
McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown says he expects it will become easier for Formula 1 teams to find sponsorship as Liberty Media’s planned overhaul will make the sport “healthier”.
Formula 1 is to introduce rules requiring the sport’s current engine manufacturers to help new entrants into the sport.
Formula 1’s governing body does not agreement from teams to impose changes to the rules for the 2021 season.
Last year the FIA and FOM announced an overhaul of the 2021 engine regulations which involved scrapping a key part of F1’s V6 hybrid turbos. Why has the plan been axed?
Formula 1’s ‘big three’ teams finished a whopping two laps ahead of their ‘Formula 1.5’ rivals in Mexico. Can Liberty Media ever level the playing field?
Formula 1’s planned changes to car design in 2021 are likely to encourage more overtaking than the 2009 ‘Overtaking Working Group’ rules did, one designer believes.
Formula 1 has revealed how cars could look under radical new rules proposed for 2021.
Formula 1’s planned overhaul of its rules for the 2021 season is “too early” for Lamborghini to enter the championship according to its chairman and CEO Stefano Domenicali.
2021 was going to be the year Liberty Media’s revolution hit Formula 1. But the sport’s owners are discovering that turning the F1 ship around is not so easy.
Active suspension, which was banned in F1 25 years ago, could return in 2021 as one of several standard parts all teams must use, RaceFans has learned.
F1’s engine manufacturers have agreed to a key part of Liberty Media’s plan for new power unit regulations in 2021, according to Mercedes executive director Toto Wolff.
RaceFans has learned how Liberty Media intends to shake up F1 in 2021. Dieter Rencken explains what’s on the table and considers how teams will react.
Liberty Media has proposed a budget cap among a raft of changes to be introduced to Formula One in 2021.
Formula One has been warned not to “end up like IndyCar” by further relaxing rules which require teams to build their own cars.
FIA president Jean Todt has nine goals for F1’s new 2021 engine regulations. But achieving all of them wil
Formula One cars have become too heavy because of recent rules changes according to Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe.
Discussions with Ferrari over their future in F1 will include the controversial issue of their power to veto F1 rules changes, FIA president Jean Todt has confirmed.
Formula One Management and the FIA has announced the planned changes to F1’s engine rules from 2021.