Ferrari have confirmed they will not appeal against Vettel’s Canada penalty, however, the team could pursue another way to protest the decision.
The Racing Point boss has said new regulations must equalise prize payments, not risk F1 becoming a spec series, to improve racing.
The Mercedes F1 boss has said that any regulatory change will advantage already dominant teams.
The FIA has issued updated rules for the 2019 F1 season including a change aimed at stopping penalised drivers from sitting out qualifying.
Formula 1 teams rejected a proposal to scrap the rule which forces half the grid to start the race on old tyres.
F1 designers have already found ways to recreate the ‘outwashing’ effect which the FIA hoped to outlaw with its new rules for 2019, according to Toto Wolff.
The FIA is completely rewriting the new front wing rules for 2019 as a result of Haas’s disqualification from the Italian Grand Prix, RaceFans understands.
Formula 1 has revealed the details of new rules for 2019 which are intended to reduce the weight advantage shorter drivers enjoy.
New rules to be introduced for the 2019 F1 season are intended to make it harder for teams to gain a power boost by burning oil during qualifying via auxiliary tanks.
New Formula 1 rules for 2019 specifying a minimum driver weight limit from next season will make the competition fairer, says Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe.
New rules to increase overtaking in 2019 have not been fully researched and will cost teams “millions” according to Red Bull team principal Christian Horner.
Formula One cars will lap around one-and-a-half seconds slower in 2019 as a result of aerodynamics changes designed to increase overtaking.
Drivers say a rule change for the 2019 F1 season intended to curb how much they have to save fuel is likely to have little impact.
The FIA and Liberty Media were “fooled” into increasing F1’s fuel limit for next year, according to one of Mercedes’ engine customers.
The FIA will not clamp down on teams using their exhausts to increase aerodynamic performance until next year, RaceFans has learned.
F1 drivers will “be able to use the engine at full power at all times” following a decision to raise the maximum fuel limit again in 2019.
F1 teams may have to replace their ‘outwashing’ front wing designs under plans to improve overtaking from next season.
The F1 Commission has agreed a plan to adopt a new minimum weight limit for Formula One drivers in 2019, F1 Fanatic understands.