Formula 1’s latest attempt to ban the use of tyre warmers has failed after teams decided against a ban on blankets.
The FIA has introduced a new rule intended to improve safety but acknowledged it will create situations where some drivers are disadvantaged more than others.
Formula 1 will abandon plans to allow teams to use LED wheel covers next year. McLaren tested the devices in 2021 but they have never been raced.
Formula 1 teams have been told their drivers may use extra power unit parts without penalty this year, among other changes made to the rules ahead today.
Lewis Hamilton has strongly criticised F1’s plan to ban the use of tyre warmers next season, which Charles Leclerc also raised concerns over.
The FIA has confirmed more F1 rules tweaks for 2023 regarding starts, the revised qualifying format, DRS in sprint races, fan sessions for drivers and more.
The FIA is re-evaluating the grid penalty system which governs power unit use in Formula 1 amid concerns over its effectiveness.
Red Bull doubt their rivals will all produce copies of their successful RB18 design for the 2023 F1 season, despite the constraints of the current regulations.
The FIA are set to publish their findings from an investigation into “procedural issues” at the Japanese Grand Prix which left drivers furious when a crane was left on track.
FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem has confirmed the sport’s governing body will seek approval of revised technical regulations for the 2023 Formula 1 season this week.
The 2023 Formula 1 calendar will feature three sprint races again, the FIA has affirmed, after opposing an increase to six.
The FIA plans to introduce “more stringent measures” for testing roll hoops on Formula 1 cars following Zhou Guanyu’s shocking British Grand Prix crash.
The FIA is pressing ahead with plans to address the ‘porpoising’ phenomenon some cars have experienced this year, despite some teams claiming it is no longer a problem.
The FIA has approved a series of changes to F1’s technical regulations and set a target for agreement of its new engine rules for 2026.
Russian Formula 3 Alexander Smolyar finished third in today’s season-opening race after entering the championship as a neutral competitor and switching to a plain black livery.
Formula 1’s switch to 10% ethanol ‘E10’ fuel for 2022 presents an added headache for engineers in a year of upheaval in the regulations.
Formula 1’s new cars for 2022 will weigh at least 795 kilograms, the largest year-on-year rise in the minimum weight limit since the V6 hybrid turbo power units were introduced.
The 2022 Formula 1 season will open with the first of six sprint events, which are expected to reward more drivers with points.
Formula 1 could drop its ‘Q3 tyre rule’, eight years after it was introduced, because it hands an advantage to the quickest cars.
An increase in the number of sprint qualifying events and revised testing rules were agreed by the F1 Commission today, RaceFans understands.