Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff is pushing for details of Formula 1’s new power unit rules to be confirmed soon.
Formula 1’s new race director has won praise for the new discipline he’s brought to the series in a role he will share during 2022.
New rules for 2022 intended to aid overtaking will not be enough to end Formula 1’s dependence on the Drag Reduction System to aid passing, one team’s technical director believes.
Teams have waived their right to dispute the cost cap, with a ‘soft’ cap coming as early as 2020.
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.