The FIA has changed the maximum lap time rule for the third time in as many weekends but drivers believe they were right not to impose it in Singapore.
Formula 1’s new permanent race starter will be Rebecca Lee, who has been in charge of starting Formula 2 and Formula 3 races this year.
The FIA announced today the results of its review of Formula 1 teams’ spending during 2022, and has confirmed that all met the cost cap.
Motorsport UK is leading the way in ensuring its rule book addresses all competitors and Formula 1 is belatedly preparing to do the same.
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The FIA urges caution over the number of people allowed onto the grid at races following incidents at the Australian and Spanish grands prix.
The FIA has added a dispensation in the regulations allowing the rules governing Formula 1’s new sprint race format to be temporarily changed without the usual process of approval being observed.
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Aston Martin’s sporting director Andy Stevenson defended the FIA’s handling of the Australian Grand Prix, saying it has learned from past controversies.
The FIA has stopped enforcing a limit on the severity of ‘porpoising’ by Formula 1 cars, but is prepared to reintroduce it if required.
The FIA has opened a tender calling for tyre suppliers to submit offers to become the exclusive tyre supplier for Formula 1 and its two top junior series from 2025.
FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem has suffered the tragic loss of his son Saif, who died two days ago.
The FIA has published a white paper, outlining the governing body of motorsport’s intentions to tackle what it described as “intolerable levels” of online abuse.
Formula 1 has approved plans to amend the reduced points rule which caused confusion over the conclusion to last year’s world championship, among other changes.
The FIA has issued a clarification regarding its clampdown on drivers expressing political views.
George Russell has sharply criticised the FIA’s new rule restricting how drivers may express themselves, calling it a “silly regulation”.
Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has criticised Michael Andretti’s attempts to enter the championship, saying remarks made by the former driver were “not smart”.
FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem has handed the day-to-day running of Formula 1 over to Nikolas Tombazis in a “natural next step” for the federation.
Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali expects the FIA will clarify its rules on drivers’ political statements and says the series will not silence anyone.
The FIA has formally invited applications for up to two new teams to enter Formula 1 from 2025.